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If this is the case - and who knows where the ‘air’ is chlorinated - is there a case to review the material that turnbuckles are made of? It is a pity if the ship looks bad because the turnbuckles can’t be buffed up?
Amel 54 #035
La Rochelle - just having rig replaced!!!
On 29 Jan 2021, at 13:49, CW Bill Rouse <brouse@...> wrote:
All, more information on chrome plating today vs chrome plating yesterday.
Laetitia Boudon <laetitia@...>
(laetitia"at"acmo.fr) wrote the following:
I forgot to tell you that the products for chrome plating are also weaker than before, always to protect nature. People need to understand this :) ACMO quality is still there!
Regarding her comment, "always to protect nature," I did
some research and found the US EPA and the EU EPA has caused all of us some issues with chrome plating today vs yesterday.https://www.pfonline.com/articles/hard-chrome-plating-its-past-present-and-future