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  • Marine Grade Sealer

    Anyone know of a good marind grade sealer. I am anodizing my fishing reels and need a good marine grade sealer.

  • #2
    I'm not aware of a "marine grade" sealer for anodizing.

    I would suggest immersion in boiling/near boiling water for a minimum of 10 minutes to seal. Fishing reels are small enough for this to be practical.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the reply. The reason im asking, i saw a web sight selling the sealer but cannt find the web sight . They also sold a type of teflon sealer. Do they make a teflon sealer for anodizing, and if so who carries it.

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      • #4
        Teflon molecules are much too large to get into anodize pores, the teflon sits on the surface. This by definition does not qualify as sealing anodized layers (it's not in the pores).
        That said, if you want to put a teflon coating over the anodize layer, go ahead. If the anodize is dyed you will have to seal it properly before the teflon, the dye will leach out if you don't.

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