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6/7/2004

Guide to Coloring and Antiquing at Room Temperature

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This guide to coloring and antiquing at room temperatures have antiquing processes for brass, bronze, copper, pewter, aluminum, silver, nickel and zinc.

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This guide to coloring and antiquing at room temperatures have antiquing processes for brass, bronze, copper, pewter, aluminum, silver, nickel and zinc. The antiquing concentrates are said to recognized for high-quality finishes, safe and easy operation and lower operating costs. The products feature cool, easy operation, a broad color range, no safety hazards, consistent dependable quality, easily controlled baths, long bath life, high coverage and no pollution hazards. Brochure details 10 processes, both immersion and brush-on.

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