Home > Discussion Groups > Tricks & Tips

Message posting guidelines:

Full real names must be used at all times.

A valid e-mail address must be provided. (This is not optional)
  Images must be posted at low resolution (72 dpi) and no larger than 760 pixels wide, and copyright/trade mark owners must be credited whenever reasonably possible.
4. From 20 April, registration is compulsory if you wish to post messages on the Discussion Boards. For further information, please see the following message: http://www.network54.com/Forum/message?forumid=95064&messageid=1113823324
Please read our Community guidelines before posting.
By contributing to this discussion group, you indicate your agreement to the Terms and Conditions of Use.
Posts that violate the guidelines or Terms and conditions of Use of the Missing-lynx.com discussion groups will be erased, and repeated violation of this policy may result in termination of the violator's account.

  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Return to Index  

Weathering Friul metal tracks

August 17 2016 at 8:37 PM
Rian J  (Login Rhinosd)
Missing-Lynx members
from IP address

Has anyone heard of/used a product called JAX Pewter blackening solution? How does it work on Friul metal tracks? Blacken-it has been discontinued for some time now so I am looking for an alternative product.



It is better to be the stomper rather than the stompee!
[linked image]

 Respond to this message   
Eric McClure
(Login EricMc)
Missing-Lynx members

Gun Blueing

August 17 2016, 9:28 PM 

I've read that Gun Bluing works as well and is available at Walmart and sporting goods stores that carry guns.
There's never enough time to do all the nothing you want.
Calvin and Hobbs 1990

 Respond to this message   
Matt Nethery
(Login Retiredyank)
Missing-Lynx members

Gun bluing rusts etch. Metal patina solution does not.

August 18 2016, 3:04 AM 


 Respond to this message   
  << Previous Topic | Next Topic >>Return to Index  

Terms and Conditions of Use
Report abuse