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CAN WE ANODIZE ALUMINIUM UTENSILS WITH OUT USING HARMFUL ACIDS?





2003

HOW CAN WE GET AN ANODIZED FINISH/LOOK ON ALUMINIUM COOKING UTENSILS WITHOUT DIPPING THEM IN HARMFUL ACIDS?

SALMAN IQBAL RAJPUT
METAL ALLOY PROCESSING IND. - KARACHI, SINDH, PAKISTAN



2003

The acids used in etching and anodizing aluminum are not harmful to it. What exactly do you mean by "harmful acids"? I don't understand an anodized "look". Surely you want a real anodized surface that actually delivers corrosion resistance, hardness, and durability--not a fake finish to fool the consumers :-)

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
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