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    Faded "X" logo on Xvalve. What to do?

    Is there any way to give back the Xvalve's "X" logo is luster of yonder? Mine is faded and doesn't look as good as it should.

    I'm thinking lasering?
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    tooth paste

    you might laugh, but it works amazingly well on odd surfaces
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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk View Post
    tooth paste

    you might laugh, but it works amazingly well on odd surfaces

    thought tuna was the guy to talk about this, email him

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    Quote Originally Posted by RT Lover View Post
    thought tuna was the guy to talk about this, email him
    You sure he has toothpaste ?

    Think he takes his out to clean them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    You sure he has toothpaste ?

    Think he takes his out to clean them.



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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    you sure he has toothpaste ?

    Think he takes his out to clean them.


    rofl!

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    I thought lasering essentially cut through the anodizing to expose the metal underneath? So when the lasering fades, is this the metal underneath oxidizing? And is lasering doen on Classic valves different, or is this etching, not lasering?

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