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Refinishing HK 91/93/94 Black Plastic Stock Sets back to a Like-New Condition??

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Hi, after looking at my HK-91, HK-93, HK-94 and my SP-89, I decided that I want to refinish their very used looking factory stock sets back to a "Like-New" condition. I do not want to have them painted, but if there is a process that can clean them up and retain "OR" reapply a factory type texture to each part of the stock set??

Also, on a side note, is it possible to dye a FMP green slim handguard to a deep and uniformed black that will match other HK factory stock set parts and will not rub off or fade with light use??

If this is possible, is there anybody from this site offering this service??

Thank you for looking and for any advice!!
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Hi, after looking at my HK-91, HK-93, HK-94 and my SP-89, I decided that I want to refinish their very used looking factory stock sets back to a "Like-New" condition. I do not want to have them painted, but if there is a process that can clean them up and retain "OR" reapply a factory type texture to each part of the stock set??

Also, on a side note, is it possible to dye a FMP green slim handguard to a deep and uniformed black that will match other HK factory stock set parts and will not...
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I've never Rit dyed stocks, but it supposed to work You might want to check the archives here or ar15.com. I usually paint over mine. The way I clean the plastic is to scrub them with hot soapy water such as Dawn dish detergent and an old toothbrush. Warm the parts in an oven to make sure all oil creeps out, then re-scrub in hot soapy water. You can dye the parts in a large pot of hot water over a stove.
 
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