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AR15 arts and crafts

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by bmoore, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. bmoore

    bmoore

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    Im sure all of you have seen this more than a few times but I decided to do this coloring to my lowers. Im pretty happy with the way it came out. I just wiped the areas with some de chlorinated brake cleaner, heated them a little, etched in the crayon and then wiped away the excess. It was a lot easier than I thought.
     
  2. Dr.Crash

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    Me too!!! :rofl: that looks great. Have been thinking of doing mine as well.

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  3. bmoore

    bmoore

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    Very nice
     
  4. QNman

    QNman resU deretsigeR Silver Member

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    How do you wipe away the excess? Dry cloth, or some kind of chemical?
     
  5. bmoore

    bmoore

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    Just a micro fiber rag. It doesnt seem like it works but it does. I prep the areas with De-chlorinated brake cleaner. It also helps to use the brake cleaner side of the rag when doing the final "clean up".
     
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  6. TangoFoxtrot

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    I did the "SAFE" in white and the "FIRE " in red on my AR the first day I brought it home.
     
  7. QNman

    QNman resU deretsigeR Silver Member

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    Thanks! I'm going to try this!
     
  8. bmoore

    bmoore

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    Circular motions with the crayon help get all the gaps and nooks filled in properly. It can always be easily removed with a dental pick.