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Birchwood Casey Super Blue Liquid Gun Blue - 3 fl oz, Plastic Bottle
    Birchwood Casey Super Blue Liquid Gun Blue - 3 fl oz, Plastic Bottle
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      SKU: 174-BC-13425
      UPC: 029057134254
      Manufacturer: Birchwood Casey
      MFG#: 13425

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    Birchwood Casey Super Blue Liquid Gun Blue - 3 fl oz, Plastic Bottle

    Key Features

    • Double-strength blueing solution.
    • For blueing highly polished steel parts and hardened steels containing nickel and chrome alloys (except stainless).
    • Super Blue Extra Strength Gun Blue is the blackest blue.

    Details

    A double-strength blueing solution designed for blueing highly polished steel parts and hardened steels containing nickel and chrome alloys (except stainless). Super Blue Extra Strength Gun Blue is the blackest blue. Use caution to confine the solution to the area to be reblued, as it will have an effect on the existing blue.

    FAQ

    Q: How do I apply Perma Blue, Super Blue or Presto Mag?
    A: Apply chemical cold using cotton swabs, synthetic brush or sponge.
    Q: Why should I use Super Blue over Perma Blue?
    A: We recommend using Super Blue if the metal is over burnished from excessive polishing, the pores of steel become too tight, or if the metal has a high amount of nickel or chrome alloys in it.

     

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    look is beautiful
    5 out of 5
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    Date: September 10, 2018
    I'm a couple of hatchets and axes to put grips in, and the concept of painting them did not appeal to me personally. So I figured I had blue them. Well, the blueing holds up just fine thanks you. Gives the heads a great antique look. They are all holding up outside, so the protection is there. I enjoy the item. The reason behind four stars is because I couldn't get the profound even finish I was anticipating to get. Remember that these are the axes that I was blue then the metal is different than that on firearms. Nevertheless, I expected to be in a position to even things out and get a deeper coloration than that I got. I am pretty sure that it was either me or the material because this stuff wasn't designed for ax heads for crying out loud. I figured because it is metal I ought to be capable of getting better results than I got. The application of this is simple, but you do invest a good deal of time over the sink and waiting for things to dry, some buffing and reapplication to get a darker color. Not bad and not difficult takes a little time. Can I use this material again on ax heads? YES. The look is beautiful, and it holds up well to what precisely an ax does. Therefore for my purposes, this gets A for purpose and toughness. It gets B for ease of use. It gets a C+ for looks and appeal. That is a solid 4-star item in my book, and since it consumes to ax heads, I think that it will kick butt on a firearm.
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