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Registered: 02-2005
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Re: Belt buckles


They look great first off. As far as scratch proof, not really possible that I know of. i do resin replica belt buckles and although you can clear coat them with acrylic belt buckles take a lot of abuse and will get scratch and wear marks pretty much whatever you do. I would however recommend you make a mold and cast some in resin that you can attach to metal buckle blanks, your work on those is great and should be preserved!

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Registered: 01-2005
Location: Cleveland, Oh
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HOLY BELT BUCKLES BIRCHMAN!

Those rock. The soapdish lid looks good as a buckle, now I might have to take a shot at one, still got a dish or two hanging around.

you should think about molding those.

GOOD JOB :applaude

Tom

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Registered: 02-2004
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Try a non-yellowing polyurethane spray for scratch-proofing. I don't know if it will react with the glaze, so sample teast it.

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