Shiny Zippers

1/28/16 @ 12:30 PM
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Igor
Igor
USER since 6/20/01
How about a sharpie? Also, they have "pens" for staining small scratches in furniture that nay also help.
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1/29/16 @ 3:33 PM
'da Coach
'da Coach
USER since 12/23/08
I toast your good taste, cds!

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1/29/16 @ 3:30 PM
rikj
rikj
USER since 7/29/01
cds, this product should work. Model KBS5005 for raw alum-copper-brass-bronze-zinc-tin. We always called them acid pens and used them for marking parts in the shop instead of engraving.

http://etching-pen.com/indexphp?id=11&L=13

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1/28/16 @ 3:22 PM
'da Coach
'da Coach
USER since 12/23/08
I don't know nuttin' 'bout Shiny Zippers, but your topic made me think of Don Ho's classicTiny Bubbles.

Come to think of it, maybe dousing that zipper in cham-pag-ne might do the trick!

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1/28/16 @ 2:39 PM
1/28/16 @ 12:52 PM
lazyfishr
lazyfishr
USER since 5/29/06
Have the seemstress sew on a camo zipper cover that has a velcro closure. No shine and protects the zipper from scratching anything.

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1/28/16 @ 12:38 PM
BugleTrout
BugleTrout
USER since 9/27/01
Have you ever seen what salt water does to shiny fishing gear? I don't believe those zippers are made out of stainless. They're likely made out of pot metal or something similar. I would think a good brine would take that shine right off.

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1/28/16 @ 12:34 PM
fltlndr
fltlndr
USER since 12/25/02
If you know anybody that does copper flashing or roofing and find out what they use to make it turn green.

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