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Alodine 1200 - v - 1201


Whats the difference between Alodine 1200 and Alodine 1201 [linked by editor to product info on Amazon] ?

Thanks Anton - UK

Du Feu
- luton


1200 is single component dip product for immersion of the components to be treated.

1201 depending on where you are is either a 2 or 3 part mixture that is for brush or wipe on treatment of the components.

They should produce a coating of similar quality if they are used correctly however since the 1200 is a dip process the coating is much more controlled. The brush application method is obviously more prone to operator differences.

Ciaron Murphy
- South Wales

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