Gunsmith's Spray Black For Aluminum And Alloys
Brownells Aluma-Hyde is a special nitrocellulose lacquer developed for covering metal, and designed to combine all recoats into one, tough, integrated finish. Many of the sprays we’ve found were thinned enamels, which do not build up on recoating, but add layer on separate layer. Best applied in 2 light coats over the primer listed below, it dries dust-free in 10 minutes, can be handled in 30, and dries completely overnight. It continues to cure for the next 3 to 4 days when it reaches maximum toughness. Makes a durable, scratch resistant, flat finish. Wears almost as well as the original anodizing used on today’s aluminum triggerguards and frames, and the color match is close. If the customer understands what you have done because the other alternative is replacing the part, you will usually meet minimal resistance. Can be re-coated anytime.
Aerosols cannot be shipped to Canada or overseas or by air.
1911, Issue:04, Page:061
AR-15, Issue:04, Page:076
Big Book Catalog, Issue:66, Page:423
SPECS: Aluma-Hyde, black, and primer, gray, in 13 oz. (369 g) aerosol cans. Kit contains one can Aluma-Hyde and one can primer.