Decorative Stainless Steel Black Kit

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Decorative Stainless Steel Black Kit


This kit is all that you need to create the Black Patina on Furniture, Staircases, Bar Counters, Fire Places, etc.

First clean the metal and remove all grease, debris and mill scale using our eco friendly water based metal cleaner, once the surface is clean you can start to apply the Blackener.

Never use Acetate or Acetone to clean the surface, this can make the blackening go white, and the only way you can remove it is to Shot Blast

Wear protective Gloves, and make sure that you are working in an environment that is clean, and is a minimum of 27°c, pour the Stainless Steel solution in to a container, and cut the abrasive cloth in to smaller squares, if you attempt to apply this in the way that you apply Polish to a Car Bonnet, it will go wrong.

Work on Areas approx 1 sq ft, massaging the Stainless Steel Oxide into the metal with the abrasive cloth, depending on the depth of black you need, it will take between 2-6 coats, lower quality metals will
also need more coats.

Once you have completed the whole item, and are happy with the Black appearance, wipe it down to make sure it is dry, and apply the beeswax, once dry, polish off.

When you blacken, you are putting the black in to the metal, not on the surface, there is a big variance in metal qualities, so the effect can differ, if you are expecting to match the black colouring to RAL Code, it unlikely that you will achieve that, as this is a natural process, not a painting process.

This kit is available in 2 sizes, a Litre Kit comprising 1 Litre of Stainless Steel Blackener, 1 litre of Metal Cleaner, and 3 Abrasive Cloths, while its very difficult to give coverage rate, in most situations this should be good for 4-5 sq metres plus

The second Kit comprises of 5 Litres of Stainlesss Steel Oxide, 5 Litres of Metal Cleaner and 6 Abrasive Cloths, this should do 20-25 sq metres plus

These figure are not set in stone, as previously mentioned the quality of the metal and the number of coats needed, will effect the consumption

Please Note: If you are using 4 series Stainless Steel, you may have need to apply acid in order to open up the Steel.