We have anodized thousands of markers and this is what I have found. There are no white dyes made for anodizing. To get an almost white finish your marker needs to be bead blasted similar to a Dust finish. But a true Dust finish is semi gloss, which requires brite dipping which is a tricky expensive process, which we do offer . When Aluminum is not brite dipped and is etched for a long period you get a very dull rough whitish look. While it appears to be almost white it will not last very long and can wear off fast. It will show rub marks and will be hard to clean. Because of that we don’t offer ( White). We can give you a silvery gray whitish look that will be long lasting and easy to take care of, although it will be more silver and gray than white. We want you to be happy and we stand behind our work, which is why I don’t offer “White”. Any paintballer knows how important it is to have the right sort of marker. It's like other hobbies such as visiting partypoker.com or swimming... you want to make sure you have the right equipment.
Anodizing in White