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I'm new to the refinishing game as a result of COVID boredom. I found some beat up Scotty Camerons for cheap online and wanted to give a black oxide finish a go on a carbon steel Scotty Cameron Pro PlatinumNewport Two. I followed all of the steps from a DIY article I found that used Perma Blue Liquid Gun Blue. As you can see in the photos, it's not exactly taking in some areas and looks absolutely awful. I'm not sure if I should try and strip the black oxide at this point and try a regular polish finish, or if its worth salvaging. Any advice on the best way to do either of these things would be greatly appreciated. a) strip the black oxide effectively b) get the black oxide to take I've seen that sanding down the nickel more can allow the Perma blue to be more effective, but I don't want to sand the milling of the face either. So not sure how to go about that if that's the resolution.
I have a Tad Moore long neck Giraffe putter with the cobalt plating ( I think ? ) and was wondering if it is worthwhile to try and refinish it. I am not sure if a simple bead blasting would do much more then give it a satin finish or effect the plating. I am doubtful it would remove the plating and another method would have to be employed. I like the putter and just want to clean it up a bit for aesthetics since it putts great and I like it. Any thoughts on this? Should I just not waste my time on it and spend the time on the course instead?