Seller: priorypolishes (24,491) 100%, Location: Rossendale, Ships to: Americas, Europe, AU, Item: 370622469899 Condition: New, Details: 100g Dial Silvering Powder + FREE 100g Finishing Powder Top quality product and second to none service Bargain Special Price £14.85 + P&P including free finishing powder. Also available in 50g - see shop listing High quality products from a high quality company. See silvering in action in this video by Clifford J. Freeman of Castlegate Clocks. http://www.priorypolishes.co.uk/support/information/RE-SILVERING%20A%20BRASS%20CLOCK%20DIAL.mp4 Priory Polishes has been supplying silvering powder to the horological trade for many years. This powder is made to an age old recipe passed down through generations of clock restorers made from the finest quality old english silver and not bulked up. Regularly being used today by many of our loyal customers who prefer it's wonderful traditional finish and believe it is one of the best silvering powders they have used. FREE 100g of the finest finishing powder included, enough of both for several dials. Lowest price on ebay, We assure you it is not “cheap “and you won’t need to “buy twice” We just negotiate the best prices and pass them on to you, the customer. Shipped 2nd class within 1 working day, mostly the same day on orders before 3.30 pm. 1st class option available. Just a couple of many recent feedback, "Only the best stuff for silvering brass dials on ebay!very good seller****thanks""Received, Excellent Powder, EXCELLENT EBAY SELLER, Good Comms, Pleased, Thanks 5*****"Dial Silvering Brass dials requiring re-silvering should be cleaned back to the brass with fine abrasive paper or very fine steel wool. If a 'spun' effect is required, put a nail in a piece of old board and rotate the dial around it while holding fine emery paper on the surface. Fill numerals in etched dials with black engravers wax. If the old wax is just cracked, hold the dial over a heat source to heat the wax just enough for the cracks to disappear. If the wax is missing or insufficient, add a few flakes of it to the numerals and heat gently. Rub the surface back down again if necessary to be level with the dial. Rinse under hot water and rub silvering powder into the surface with a clean cloth or tissue. Rinse again and apply finishing powder. Rinse once more and when thoroughly dry apply colourless lacquer. Cleanliness is of paramount importance when silvering and almost all problems encountered are due to finger marks on the metal between cleaning and applying the powder. Silvering powder acts by chemical reaction with the metal, and if this cannot take place evenly, an uneven colouring occurs. This powder will not work on plated or lacquered dials only clean brass or copper, not aluminium. All batches of this powder are thoroughly tested, Light sensitive, store in a dark place, shelf life up to 6 years if stored correctly. If it doesn't work you are doing something wrong or the dial is not made of brass. Enough for several dials Instructions included. Great feedback on this product. Top quality product and second to none service.