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    A quick question for you. I just realised that someone, who was supposed to be helping me out, has just run some parts with the stainless steel exposed. I know this won't anodise as the s/s will convey most of the current.

    Whats happened though is that the solution is now a bluey grey color - spent stainless I would guess - any ideas on whether I should ditch the solution now? or is it okay still?

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    Re: s/s contamination?

    Fortunately, the electrolite is cheap. Dump it.
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    Mike Caswell
    Caswell Inc
    http://www.caswellplating.com
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      Re: s/s contamination?

      300L isn't so cheap - but its changed

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        Re: s/s contamination?

        If you are using the LCD anodizing formula, then I reckon its about 20 gals of battery acid.

        Could have been worse!
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        Mike Caswell
        Caswell Inc
        http://www.caswellplating.com
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