How to keep polished aluminum
LL - NY
larrycleung at gmail.com
Mon Aug 18 07:57:51 PDT 2008
I was going to say that this list has ALWAYS been about providing advice
useful knowledge of it's members, NOT to interject personal tastes as the
to do things.
Your post would have been much more in the spirit of this list if you simply
bead blasting would result in this type of finish, polish would result
in...and sandpaper would
result in yadda, yadda.
Instead, you decided to publicly slam one of our long standing and well
liked list contributors.
Where I work (a theraputic boarding school) such an action would be met with
an action, a sanction, if you will.
I wonder what sanctions are availible for this list?
LL - NY
On 8/17/08, Brett Dikeman <quattro at frank.mercea.net> wrote:
> On Aug 17, 2008, at 9:19 AM, jesper moreau wrote:
> >>> Is it better for me to leave the polished aluminum intake manifold
> >> without
> >>> a coating, or
> >>> clear laquer/metal flake finish for protection.
> >>> I do not have the time to get into anodizing or special coatings
> >>> unless
> >>> one is available
> >>> off the shelf from FLAPS, etc.
> >>> Manifold is the RS2 with PORSCHE engraving.
> Please tell me you didn't polish the cast aluminum to be mirror-
> like...nothing looks gaudier to me. Ugh!
> Media-blast, people! Back AWAY from the sandpaper...
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