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    Working on my Drops
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    Would a sharpie work on an anodie frame?

    Was going to get some signature on my anodize frame. So I was going to see is a gold sharpie would work on a anodize frame.

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    nocturnal oblivion
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    My gf is in the wine industry and they use "DecoColor Liquid Gold Opaque Paint Marker" gold pens to sign bottles. We use the same gold pen to write our brew names on our homebrew bottles. It doesn't come off of smooth glass even in the dishwasher, so it should work on a frame.
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    nocturnal oblivion
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    And an actual "Sharpie" I doubt would work, I've used sharpies to phony anodize parts and it doesn't last long.
    "...like sex with the trail." - Boe

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    is buachail foighneach me
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    The Decocolor paint markers, or probably any other paint marker are your best bet. You can find them at most fabrics/craft stores like Joann's or Michael's, and office stores.

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    I use a Sharpie to touchup parts, but like stumblemumble it doesn't
    last long, so you find yourself doing it often. However it is easy and
    looks better than scratches.

    Best, John

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