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Posted on Reliable way to remove all japanning?

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hhhopks

561 posts in 982 days


#1 posted 906 days ago

Isn’t the whole purpose of japaning is to restand all the harsh chemicals?

I would suggest using a wire brush or a dremel. You may try various type (disk, brush….etc). You should able to pick up some kind of rotatary tool pretty cheap (HF).

Sand blast will do it too but may remove too much and leave the tool pitted. I used to do that at work but have lost access since I changed job.

Personnally, I don’t like using chemical. Not a very enviornment friendly option. That is just my preference.

-- I'll be a woodworker when I grow up. HHHOPKS


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