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Hello all. I have a relatively new Springfield 1911 with a Black Hardcoat Anodized finish that is all scratched up. I see that there are a few products like Aluminum Black. So, 1) Is that a good product? 2) Is it crazy to contemplate taking steal wool to the whole thing? Thank you.
 

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I'm done buying guns, I'm just a bystander now
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OK, I'll say it

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War wounds, I say leave it and keep on shooting!:thumbs:
 

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Hell, my S&W Pro Series Compact have more flaking finish, and discolored slide but it still goes bang every time......Unless you are in Texas and it is a BBQ Gun.......Just go with it....It at good.

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Anyway,anodizing can't really be "repaired".
Needs to be stripped and re-anodized.
The temp fixes are just an oxidizing dye, pretty much the same as a Sharpie.
 
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