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- Jan 27, 2022
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You did a fine job on your WalkerWhen I got this Walker it has fallen into some very acidic mud which had damaged the bluing so I went ahead and tried the antique look, I used navel jelly to strip and slightly etch the surface , then some cold blue rubbed back with some very fine steel wool, I also played with a homemade dye for the grips using a rit dye and alcohol mixture, I think it looks better than the splotchy damaged finish it had.
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And thanks for contributing to the original topic...This thread got hijacked off course a couple pages back, as tends to happen here.