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"Oxidizing zippers without spoiling the material"
I have received a big assignment from a reputed company in India. they deal in readymade garments and I have to get their jeans zipper's oxidised without the material getting spoilt.
please advise me if it's possible and the cost for a big consignment approx. 10,000 pieces .
please revert back ASAP
thanking you for your kind attention
AvinashAvinash Suryawanshi, proprietor
platers - Mumbai / Maharashtra / India
You need to include some important information.
Firstly, what is the metal you wish to oxidize.
Secondly, what color do you wish to oxidize it to. Are you going to relieve it afterwards for an antique finish. What type of sealing material are you going to use: polymer, lacquer, wax, etc. Are you working with assembled zippers or sliders and/or tapes.
All this information is important to know for anyone wishing to give you some advise. If you want some formulas for non proprietary oxidizing baths, refer to the Metal Finishing Guide Book, published by Metal Finishing Magazine. It need not be a current issue, most of the formulations in this section have not changed in over 20 years.Gene Packman
process supplier - Great Neck, New York