Birchwood Casey PB22 Perma Blue Liquid Gun Blue (3oz)
Item #: 13125
MSRP $6.80| Save $1.05 (15%)
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A #1 bestseller, PERMA BLUE Liquid Gun Blue is the proven way to touch-up scratches and worn spots or to completely reblue most guns. It will give a non-streaky, even blue-black finish to steel (except stainless). All parts to be blued must be thoroughly cleaned with a metal cleaner such as BIRCHWOOD CASEY Cleaner-Degreaser and any rust must be removed before applying the blue.
|Our Price||$5.75 Save $1.05 (15%)|
|accessories type||Cleaning Kits|
|warranty||30 Day Limited|
Good blueing, hard to get it right.
August 1, 2011
I bought this bottle to touch up some blueing on an old airgun. That did the trick very nicely, and worked as expected. Then I started playing around with it, just like a kid with a chemistry set... I started blueing some of my knives. Although it works well, it's hard to get it right, to get the blue even. So, touching up those spots of worn of blueing is OK, but I wouldn't try doing a whole gun with it.