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topic 6585

Re-blackening Porsche Lug Nuts


(2000)

Many older Porsche automobiles come with black, alloy, lug nuts. I don't know the exact alloy or the finish. I do know the finish wears away over time. Any suggestions for an economical, at home, refinishing procedure? Doesn't have to result in show quality lug nuts, just 'black again' and reasonably durable. Thanks, Steve

Steve Petty
- Concord, NC USA


(2000)

Steve this isn't durable but it works. Have you tried using an indelible black felt tip pen? I use one ocasionally to touch up nicks on my black car.

william f hemp
- grand rapids, Michigan



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