The commercial makes it look easier than it is.This stuff is great, the result is very nice and vibrant.
Doesn't come off easy if you get it somewhere you didn't intend to, you'll be going at it with a cleaning patch for a while. I believe it's just acetone so you can use that probably (don't quote me, test it first), alcohol doesn't work too well, but it sorta makes it flake.
Commercial and instructions make it look easier than it is, but once you get the hang of it it works pretty well. It works better on steel components than anodized aluminum. Anodized aluminum is very porous on the surface so it holds the gold where you don't always want it. But you can rub most of it right off. So keep that in mind when you buy this stuff for your Assault rifle 15.
Overall, great stuff if you wanna add a bit of color, and would be great for custom engraving, if anyone did that sort of stuff for reasonable prices in leafistan.
Forster Gold Inlay Kit
This handy kit fills engraving and lettering. In addition to highlighting custom engraving jobs, it gives production guns a personalized appearance. It’s a great way to enhance the value of either new or used guns. Easy to use – just follow the simple instructions. Although the kit is designed for gun work, it’s also ideal for other hobby areas including model railroad engines.
Kit includes enough material for five to ten guns. Gold color is actually a fine bronze powder. Not intended for use on parkerized or ferritic carbonitrided surfaces.
- Everything you need to literally be golden
- No real scrap weight value here, you're not getting rich on selling this dust
- (1) Cleaner #1, ½ oz. bottle, solvent
- (1) “Gold” Powder, 0.048 oz. vial
- (1) “Gold” Liquid Base, ½ oz. bottle, sealer
- (1) Cloth application patches
- (1) Instruction guide
- All gats and metal stuff that need pimpin'
Tools required: Just some cleaners
Installation notes: Simple just read the instructions
Manufacturer's model number: 001001