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Eastwood 10049ZB

Electroplating Electrolyte Solution Replacement Electrolyte Solution

Eastwood 10049ZB

352-10049ZB

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Eastwood 10049ZB Electroplating Electrolyte Solution Replacement Electrolyte Solution $46.99
Electroplating Electrolyte Solution
  • Replacement Electrolyte Solution
  • 2 Quarts

  • Eastwood 10049ZB Details

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    Replacement Electrolyte can be used to replace contaminated solution or for plating larger parts. This Solution contains Sulfuric Acid. HANDLE WITH CARE to avoid skin and clothing contact! Use our Disposable Nitrile Gloves. Pack of 2 Anode Bars (352-10049A) recommended to replace used Anodes or for plating larger items.

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    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    10049ZB

    Electroplating at home is easier than you think when you use this Tin Zinc Electroplating System. The Eastwood Tin Zinc Electroplating System will bring back the original luster to properly prepared metal parts, while providing a corrosion resistant, protective plating similar to chrome but without the expense, hassles or hazards. You can plate practically any metal part right at home, including copper, brass, and steel (not for aluminum, die-cast, pot metal or stainless).

    How it works: Make sure parts are thoroughly degreased and de-rusted before you start electroplating at home. Electroplating uses electrical current to pull small amounts of metal from the positively charged tin-zinc anode bar, through the electrolyte solution, and onto the negatively charged piece to be plated. Plating begins immediately once the piece is submerged into the solution. The longer the piece is submerged, the heavier the plating on the piece will be. You may remove the piece from the solution to check the progress and then re-submerge it for a thicker coating. The tin zinc electroplating process is complete when the piece is covered with a uniform dull gray film. Then polish to a beautiful shine.

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