How hard is it to deanodize titanium?
I’ve been wondering the same thing
Are you talking about a heat treat, or like the coating on the ti-Vayder?
Either way, heat treated or anodized, you must remove a thin layer of metal that contains the dye/oxide layer. I would approach it with something relatively gentle like Scotch Brite. Keep in mind Scotch Brite comes in different “grits” much like sand paper. If you can affix the throw to a drill/bench grinder/drill press. Something that can spin the peice to ensure uniform material of removal. Also tumbling it would work well. In fact, I saw a post where someone did it in their drier. Though, that method would leave a tumbled finish that would require further processing to achieve the look you maybe wanting. In short, not hard but it may be intimidating to some.
You can probably use an acid
Honestly, I’m specifically talking about your tiwalker. I have wanted #22 tiwalker for 3 years or so (I asked about it initially on the tiwalker owners list in january 2017) . I’m not the biggest fan of the ano, but would love to get that yoyo.