Well I did some checking around on the net and found this
place www.anolaze.com They've got some interesting ways
of anodizing. Kind of like a tye dye look. Hmmmmmmmm I'm
thinking tye dye looking slider rails.
</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (maluchm @ April 23, 2002, 08:07am)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">Or do I just take some electricity, food coloring and water
and try to do it myself?
This part was a joke but thanks anyway cupcake.
did you know that Coke absorbs enough aluminum from the can that you can actually annodize the liquid? Pepsi too. It doesn't show up really well though because the soda is so dark brown. Remember Crystal Pepsi? That clear stuff worked great for this.
AC great site on the home made anodizing tank! I might have to try building one of these. Looks like the old high school chemistry class days!! It would be pretty cool to turn out some trick parts for the ole sled..............Thanks DooZ..
Just what I was looking for AC, thanks!
Now does anybody know how to get canari (sp?) yellow color
to show? I've seen some anodized tunnels at racer-x.com
that look nice. Just haven't seen a true yellow color from
being anodized that doesn't look more gold colored.
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