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Old January 18, 2013, 01:01 PM   #5
mikikanazawa
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FWIW, the shake-and-spray cost ($35), plus your time, I don't think you'd be losing too much by having it professionally phosphated. It would be a much more "military" finish than sprayed and absolutely resistant to cleaning solvents. And since phosphating is an immersion process, you don't have to worry about streaks and drips!

I do like Duracoat applied in stenciled patterns though!
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