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Ferric Chloride - Damascus Etching Solution
Ferric Chloride - Damascus Etching Solution
Item ID# FER1
Price: $15.95

Ferric Chloride

Used for Etching Damascus Blades & Steel

16oz (475 mL)

Highly Corrosive

Be sure to take proper precautions when using product (wearing Protective Gloves, Glasses & Apron, etc.)

Can Only Be Shipped Ground

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General etching procedure

(YouTube videos are a great resource for directions)

- Degrease blade with acetone.

- Mix ferric chloride with distilled water (one part water, two parts acid) -OR- mix 60% ferric chloride and 40% white vinegar. Carefully pour solution into plastic (or pyrex) dish (some folks also use a PVC Pipe that has been sealed on one end as a contanier for etching).

- Submerge the blade in the acid mixture, and let sit for a few minutes.

- Remove to see the etched pattern.

- Rinse the blade with warm water and (if you want a deeper etch) put it back in the acid untill the desired etched depth is achieved.

- Etching time required depends on how deep you want the etch to be and what kind of contrast you want.

- On the last dip, remove blade from acid and allow the black oxidation to stay on the blade rinse in warm water & liberally cover the blade in baking soda to neutralize the acid (washing it in Windex will also work to neutralize the acid)

- Dry the blade off, and wipe down with WD-40. You can also sand off the oxidation with 600 grit wet/dry sandpaper, if desired.


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