STEEL F/X® Patinas on Galvanized Steel Part 1




Easy Method of Applying Patinas to Galvanized Steel. And, Check Out Our New Product: GALVA-RUST™, Which Doesn’t Require Removal of Galvanization Before Patinas! Here’s a link to GALVA-RUST™:…

source

Your reaction?
Cute Cute
0
Cute
Fail Fail
0
Fail
Geeky Geeky
0
Geeky
Lol Lol
0
Lol
Love Love
0
Love
Omg Omg
0
Omg
Win Win
0
Win
Wtf Wtf
0
Wtf

Comments 11

  1. Hi Bill love your video explanation, I want to do this with my new raw steel legs that I bought for my Vic Ash table top. Can I use this process if its not galvanised steel but thick raw steel , thanks Vivian

  2. Hey Bill. I'm thinking about giving this a try on a bicycle frame. It would be bare 4130 chromoly steel tubing. Would I still want to treat it with the muriatic acid first to ensure the patina will take?
    And is there a faster/more efficient way you can think of to quickly and evenly coat so much surface area? Hopefully you see this and have some advice that can help me with this project.
    Very cool stuff!

  3. hey bill, I do a weekly series called "rambling" where i do shout outs to video's and channels that have impressed me. I love what your doing here and im wondering if i can feature you on next weeks show. Let me know what you think. thanks man

  4. I was really hoping to see the dining table done in the cover photo. Can this be done for kitchen counters? Or even an island counter. If so what kind of coating could be put on top to protect it?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

log in

reset password

Back to
log in