> What can you use to get that smooth shinny look on aluminum if you get a
> piece that has not been through the process? 73, David
[Steve Katz] I haven't been following the "tubing" thread, but
aluminum only stays shiny if it's been treated with something to stop
oxidation. I go to the local anodizing shop (they are everywhere) and have
them do a chem etch and clear irridite or clear anodize. Either will keep
the aluminum looking nice for quite a while, and the cost is small.
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