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marmaduk

Yururi Tour Wedge

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I just got a set of raw Yururi Flatback's that I plan on refinishing with a black oxide
https://www.tourspecgolf.com/yururi-flat-back-blade-iron-3-pw.html
I also have a set of Yururi Tour wedges. 
https://www.tourspecgolf.com/hottest-golf-products/yururi-keigekiku-tour-wedge-head.html
My question is: am I able to refinish the wedges the same way as the irons?

I'm not 100% sure if the wedges are "raw". They were originally dark black but have turned a more regular steel colour where I make contact on the clubface..and also where I make contact on the hozzel. There is a tiny amount of rust  on the sole but not what I would imagine an actual raw wedge would get. I think you can only use a black oxide on raw steel but I just don't know and don't want to mess up my wedges. 

Cheers, Jeff

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Both the blade and gekku wedge originally had kurozome black finish.  its not a durable coating but feels great and wears nicely.  It is not RAW.

RAW = no finish.  

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Thanks Chris. 

Even though it is not raw can I still refinish the wedge with black oxide? I thought the black oxide was for a raw finish only. 

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On 6/2/2018 at 9:45 AM, marmaduk said:

Thanks Chris. 

Even though it is not raw can I still refinish the wedge with black oxide? I thought the black oxide was for a raw finish only. 

It’s a coating, not a plating so black oxide will still react with the metal as if it were raw.

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