I have tried to purchase fuel tank sealer online but it wont let me it telling me that it cant be shipped to my address I live in Northern Ireland my postcode is BT41 4JW. I need this urgently. My phone no. 07887 941526
I recently purchased a 1ltr bottle fuel tank liner remover to remove a failed lining on my bike. The bottle did not come with any instructions so I followed the instructions listed under the product on your site as well as this article by David Wise. https://caswelleurope.helprace.com/i36-remove-an-existing-tank-sealer
After an hour I checked and there was no sign of any bubbling or dissolving of the failed liner so I decided to keep the product in overnight. On returning to it the following morning (about 7 hours total time) i noticed creases in the tank at the front and the sides. When
I tried to place an order for one of your complete restoration kits, but got turned down because the you can't ship the product to my address PH33 6UB. Why not? How else can I get a kit? My mobile number is 07768 268854. Thank you
Hello I am using copper parts in a sulfur atmosphere, but the sulfur is reacting with the copper and dissolving it. Chrome does not react with sulfur and so do you think hard chrome plating the copper parts will protect the copper from sulfur attack. I did see a comment on your site saying the chrome plating was porous.
I would like to know if there is a detailed tutorial on how to use MetalX B929 ? I cannot seem to find any information online. More specifically, I wanted to know if you can use this in the home in the kitchen?
Hello I have a problem with my triple chrome kit. The nickel and copper bath works well, but the chrome bath is not trim. I tested the bath with this procedure: 1) Set the temperature to 43 ° C 2) Clean the anode of the GP plate with an abrasive sheet and rinse with water 3) submerge the GP plate 4) I used a copper piece for plating test, 3.5cm x 2.5cm 5) The part is cleaned with an abrasive wheel, acetone, SD Klenne 175 and a finish 416. Each clean are rinse with water. 6) The piece are dives
Its possible to plate most items, if you have a tank big enough, the problem is not the size of the tank, but the total surface area, which will dictate the voltage needed, if the item is to big, then the voltage needed may be so high that the electric rectifier needed would be to big and expensive
Please read the attachment, and this will explain the procedure
can you use electroless plating on Plastic Parts to make them conductive for further plating?
I'm looking to plate plastic parts but I cannot use normal conductive ink as the parts have holes I cannot reach with a airbrush or standard brush so would it be possible to plate plastic with electroless plating? to provide the conductive base to electroplate onto?