Tools includes,among others, also screwdrivers,and we should rather be grateful to Roger for posting those pictures.
On the other side,listing all the possible finish variations of a given brand,be it Williams, Bonney, Durochrome,Heller,BHM, you name it, does not add anything useful to the core of the thread.
Strictly speaking, changing the original finish of a tool, whatever this finish is, into a different finish also available for that tool is not restoring it.
It can be done, though, and learning how to accomplish this is definitely useful.
Mentioning that a same wrench might be available in chrome moly,chrome alloy, alloy is a true statement, but useless in this thread unless a specific technique is required for, say, molybdenum wrenches.
If what I meant is decently clear, so much the better. Otherwise I will not go on anyway, to avoid an even far possibility to see the post locked.
Others might care to better clarify the concept, given it is necessary.
Even better, they might post tips and techniques to restore tools(any kind , any brand) for those who might benefit in some way. Over.
WillysMB#344142 6-19-44 Navy N.S.Blue Grey
45 Bantam T-3 #57248 1-10-45
42 Willys MB-T #13560 11-42
43 Willys MB-T # 25417 4-43
Way too many WWII military tools,hopefully thinning down,and way too many posts...