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Silver Plating Fishing Lures for Fun


(2001)

Thank you for taking my question. I am a 45 year old third grader when it comes to this, and your responses are fabulous. I am trying to silver plate small pieces of either chromed steel or brass for fishing. I would like to do this at home on a very small scale. I can use cyanide if it can even be found, as I have a haz-mat site readily available. Can you tell me a book to read, or basic advice as to how to silver plate onto these substances that will be durable enough to bounce off the bottom once in awhile and still retain the silver coating?

Thanks so much.

Eric Daboling
- Washougal, Washington



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