Birchwood Casey Aluminum Black Touch Up - 3 oz

Manufactured by GSM Outdoors
SKU: BC15125
MPN: BC15125
Manufactured by GSM Outdoors
12 Reviews
$5.24 $6.99

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Birchwood Casey Aluminum Black Touch-Up is a room temperature chemical used to blacken aluminum parts. Restores scratched and marred areas quickly. Fast-acting liquid is easy to apply with no dimensional change. Color will vary from deep gray to black depending on alloy. Aluminum Black metal finish is excellent for blackening name plates, plaques, trophies and other engraved items. Final appearance can be enhanced by applying a clear coat finish, wax or oil.

  • 3 fl oz bottle
  • Restores scratched and marred areas quickly
  • Fast-acting liquid
  • Easy to apply
Since 1948, serious shooters, avid collectors and professional gunsmiths have relied on Birchwood Casey for shooting and gun care products that have stood the test of time. Birchwood Casey has pioneered innovative products with an unwavering dedication for quality.
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BrandBirchwood Casey
TypeTouch Up

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see

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PERFECT for filling in NFA rengraving!!!


I'd heard this stuff is the way to go for filling in the engraving you must have do when manufacturing an NFA item (like an SBR lower) and I heard right, it gets right into the engraved surfaces and turns them black as Class 3 anodizing! It looks like it left the factory that way! As for touching up scratches it seems to do OK but keep in mind it's just a surface treatment and isn't really penetrating the metal like anodizing does so if you're trying to re-black an area that sees a lot of wear you may not get the results you want, gonna have to re-ano or cerakote.

this product blends with factory black anodizing

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this is the product that i used to touch up a black anodized lower receiver where i installed the TBB pdq ambi bolt catch. if you have looked into the pdq ambi you know that the lower must be modified slightly to accept the upgrade and the bare metal exposed only need be hit with birchwood black and it will blend perfectly with the original black anodized finish. the end product for me looks & presents factory all the way around thanks to this handy trick. no drips, runs or color contrast. too bad i can’t post pictures like most other websites.
<br>i now also use this to touch up anything anodized or painted black on aluminum uppers, lowers, hand guards, optics, etc. all of my older or 2nd hand parts look new again. great for repairing booboos, oppsies, scratches etc.