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Y like the ballon in cylinder tink its Good way To blue cylinder wil do that Nex time
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@Levent Suberk wrote:@Bretherman wrote:Interesting, I was going to try the submerging method, but I didn't think much of the cylinder walls being blued.
I'll be brushing it on the outside only.
Clean parts with naphta, lighter fluid and a tooth brush. Use rubber gloves to avoid finger prints. Immediately blue the parts after cleaning because cleaned steel rusts quickly.
Do not blue inside of cylinder. You can use a balloon in cylinder to block inside. Oil parts after bluing.
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