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I doubt a wood stain would adhere to metal of any sort whatsoever, unless the metal was very rough and the stain settled into some of the depressions leaving some behind when the solvent evaporated. Even if it did, the color would be very succeptable to being scratched off because it simply wouldn't adhere in any meaningful way. My initial thought was to ...


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If these strips are removable, you could consider using a hydro-dip process to create almost any surface coloration, as well as a substantial number of patterns. "Hydro dipping" is the process of applying a specially-prepared film to a surface. Above image taken from linked site. This is on the linked page as "metal" film for which there ...


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