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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2020 12:08 pm    Post subject: Nanotechnology spray, a multifunctional coating agent Reply with quote

Nanotechnology spray, a multifunctional coating agent

I’m sure there are differences with all of these products, and maybe it would just be simpler to use car wax on raw brass, and even plated, horns to prevent or slow down oxidation, but have any of you used one of these products or the like? Success? Ease of application? Affects on resonance/response/blow? How often have you re-applied?

https://sunnyfoxy.com/products/nano-hydrophobic-coating?variant=30161640652878

https://www.arcteryx.com/us/en/shop/revivex-5oz-nu-spray-–-water-repellant?CMPID=Arc%27teryx_Performance_NAM_USA_EN_Smart_Shopping8707240031%7C%7C%7C%7C409207957335%7Cc%7C&gclid=Cj0KCQjwjcfzBRCHARIsAO-1_OqcclH3THTgeO8aSnN0nFfO4HDZ5-lqWDP2KNhQ6U2tdwCJvsIHM3MaAiLkEALw_wcB

https://www.zoro.com/techspray-conformal-coating-12-oz-2108-12s/i/G5178047/feature-product?gclid=Cj0KCQjwjcfzBRCHARIsAO-1_Oonb4r5eZFfQNBTMdG3XgUqpUQPOpiPOmGLD4P8d0EofXEGNt8_Cl0aAsTqEALw_wcB

https://www.nasiol.com/industrial-nano-coatings?gclid=Cj0KCQjwjcfzBRCHARIsAO-1_OorloLxetTpsqaswoZlpxuCqDHp9g4Nx4c0Es2j9wcyoWfRXVshlr4aAq-XEALw_wcB

https://www.neverwet.com

https://www.nasiol.com/bulksize/

The last website listed [Nasiol] responded today to my inquiry about treating a trumpet via their online chat system:

“The product for such metallic bodies is different and especially designed against the oxidization and corrosion surface is exposed to by time. These metallic products are also separated into two sections, one is for pure metallic bodies, the other is for painted metallic bodies. After using such materials, surfaces will be protected for 6 months to 1 year depending on the environmental conditions and abrasion.”

Someone else is to get back with me soon about which of their products would be recommended for coating a trumpet, raw or plated. I presently have three horns that are raw that I’d prefer to either be plated or have a covering like this, since I don’t like the smell that raw brass leaves on my hands. Other than that, I wouldn’t mind the oxidation process, which can sometimes make the horn look pretty cool with all of the colors, including hues of red and purple.
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