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  1. #1
    RC Racer
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    deanodizing parts

    maybe the person im thinking of will shine in on this topic,
    got some slash parts that i want to take the anodizing off of, there was a 4 tec guy on here that did it all the time, but im not sure what he used to deanodize his blue 4 tec parts, he deanodized them then had he polished them, (i cant find him on here)
    anyone know what to use to deanodized parts?????
    thanks

  2. #2
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    oven cleaner will do the job.
    Warning Points 88%

  3. #3
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    i tried the zep commercial grade heavy duty oven cleaner and it didnt work, is there a certain one to use?

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    Grease lightning works well for de anodizing.
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    Sand Blasting?
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  6. #6
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    I read about this elsewhere, ezy off, oven cleaner the strongest one. Lot of people stood by brake fluid too, let them soak in a tray. Wear gloves!
    Slash, Ax10, Jrx Pro, Bruiser

  7. #7
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    easy off professional grade(yellow can) will do the job but make sure you keep a watchful eye on they because if you let them sit to long it will ruin your parts and wash them off in water right after you take them out of the easy off because they will oxidize and you will be polishing them for awhile it get that black off.
    Pfft who needs a E-revo when you can have a slash!

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    I used Liquid Plumber Gel, came off in 5mins.

  9. #9
    RC Racer
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    I found this on accident, but concentrated Simple Green stripped the blue anno off of my T-Maxx chassis.

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    I used Greased Lightning..great stuff. Let the part soak in it for 20 min and then use a toothbrush to brush off all the anodizing. As far as polishing them, look into using a polishing set for a dremel.
    Rustler, Alias, Stampede, and Aton+

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    yes drain cleaner is a good one to use
    E-REVO brushless ROCKS!!

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