Stevan Thomas wrote:
> In a message dated 4/17/02 5:36:15 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << However I have a question about how to completely and easily remove the
> clear protective finish applied to 70s era Campy parts... >>
> I haven't done this, but I expect the best way is to take it to a plating
> shop that anodizes, and have them reverse the process to remove the "clear
> anodized" finish. It's only a black finish if it's "black anodized" or blue,
> gold, red etc.
I did this. That is, I took my Campagnolo clear anodized parts to my plater and had him dip them in his tank. They come back _really_ dull looking but I was "profiling" all the parts anyway so it didn't matter. I then polished them with a buffer here at home and put them on my hotrodded Dave Moulton. The plater didn't even charge me for removing the anodization!