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4/26/2004

Blackening and Browning Process

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Company announces its new blackening and browning GELS designed for finishing decorative metalwork.

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Company announces its new blackening and browning GELS designed for finishing decorative metalwork. These new GELS are designed for use by both individual metalworkers and for factory-scale antiquing lines. They are said to make the finishing process faster, neater and far easier, reports the manufacturer. The brush-on GELS are said to represent a new, more efficient finishing option to anyone using immersion or swab-on finishing processes. Three GEL products are available to produce different types of finishes as follows: PRESTO BLACK® GEL for black on iron and steelwork such as staircases, railings, custom furniture, architectural elements and hand-forged parts. ANTIQUE BLACK® GEL for black on copper, brass and bronze parts.  ANTIQUE BROWN ® GEL for attractive brown tones on copper, brass and bronze.

 

 

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