I bought a nice etched Santa Rosa but like a Taza I bought earlier it came with a very reflective coating on it. I spoke with Marlin at the Montana Meteorite Lab and he suggested that I could soak the irons in acetone for one hour and then place them in a fresh bath of acetone. There might be some blue on them and I could remove that with a soft cloth dipped in acetone. I trust what Marlin has to say because he has a very good reputation as one of the best in the business. So I am just wondering if anyone has had complications or any advice for me before I go ahead and try it. I want to leave these outside because I know the acetone is not healthy to breathe. I really like this Santa Rosa etch but it is difficult to enjoy with the reflective coating on it. So I would like to risk taking it off. And then maybe I can finally enjoy this Taza too. I bought another because I couldn't enjoy the one with the coating and the one without is so nice.