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    Clear coat for polished Al.

    Right homos,

    What's the best clear coat for polished aluminium?

    I've made a downhill bike and want to keep it raw, mainly to see when my welds break haha
    It will get crashed and abused so the clear needs to be fairly good and I don't want it to turn yellow.

    Werd.

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    Hydroblast it you poofter, no need to coat it, From memory ben used some shit that was supposed to be the shit tho
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    Raw aluminum doesn’t oxidize after hydroblasting
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    But it's not shiny, I want it to be a mirror and be able to see all the machining marks.
    blasting will remove all of that.

    How cool will it be blinding people as the bike does backflips while I crumple into the dirt?

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    Won’t dull machining marks, has zero effect on surface but no
    it won’t shine like a polished but plug lol
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    I make all my butt plugs out of stainless, its body safe that way

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    Yes but do you polish them after use.....
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    Foodsafe Silicone spray is the answer. Just don't get it on anything that you might one day want to paint.

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    Just boil the plug...
    Hmmm I might want to paint the frame one day, can it be cleaned of with something toxic ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by latheboy View Post
    Just boil the plug...
    Hmmm I might want to paint the frame one day, can it be cleaned of with something toxic ?
    Probably. Be prepared to suffer silicone fisheyes on the first painting attempt though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by latheboy View Post
    I make all my butt plugs out of stainless, its body safe that way
    I prefer Titanium, less weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by rod185651 View Post
    I prefer Titanium, less weight
    I like the full feeling with the weight

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    Quote Originally Posted by GammaBoy View Post
    Thanks dude

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