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Home-brew Nickel Stripper?



September 16, 2010

Hello,
I am looking for a formula for a nickel stripper that I can mix up myself.
I have some delicate parts that can't be replaced and I want to strip the nickel and then use an epoxy primer.
Or
Can you suggest a "Prep Process" that will allow me to paint over the nickel plate and still have good adhesion?

Dave Dowling
Sheetmetal - Paso Robles, California



September 18, 2010

Try next solution: 10 gm ammonium persulphate/5 gm ammonium carbonate/100 ccm ammonia(D.o,935).Keep it in dark.Immerse objects in solution in tightly covered jar(loss of ammonia must be kept at minimum!).

According to R.H.Angier:Firearm bluing and browning

Goran Budija
- Cerovski vrh Croatia


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