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    Cleaning Brass

    Who Knew? sugar and lemon juice

    Cleaning brass items. Did you know you can use ketchup to clean brass? — Clumsy Crafter

    How To Clean Brass, Copper & More: {DIY Methods}

    Brass Cleaner Formula-non-toxic, no fumes mixture 2 T salt 2 T vinegar 2 C hot water Let pieces soak for 1-2 hours.MAY DAYS: How To Clean Brass Hardware

    How to clean brass - solid brass AND brass plated (plus how to tell the difference).

    How to Clean Brass - and how to verify that what you THINK is brass is actually brass!!!

    How to clean brass the easy way - C.R.A.F.T.

    Ingredients 1/2 a lemon a teaspoon or so of baking soda a small bowl to mix your paste and some dirty brass *adjust to suit project and juiciness of lemons

    How to clean brass naturally - Though there are chemical brass cleaners on the market, try using some of these natural ingredients to clean brass, most of which you probably already have at home. (Ketchup, mild detergent, vinegar, salt, flour, lemon juice and water.)

    How to clean brass

    how to clean brass with ketchup

    Clean brass hardware with salt and white vinegar

    Use a white vinegar and salt scrub to shine brass.

    How to Clean Brass Door Handles - works and smells great! A huge improvement over the vinegar solution I was using before.

    Bring Brass Back! (And How To Clean It Naturally) - I have become taken by all-things-golden. While perusing the aisle of the thrift store, I stumbled upon some…

    How To Clean Brass Using 2 Natural Kitchen Ingredients

    How to clean brass handles (and stuff)

    How To Clean Brass Using 2 Natural Kitchen Ingredients (lemon, baking soda) | Apartment Therapy

    How to Clean Brass With Vinegar & Salt - worked great

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    Rub a few drops of Worcestershire sauce on a damp cloth to clean brass

    Cleaning Brass. Refinishing an antique front door and it has gorgeous brass fixtures. Going to try this tomorrow see how this technique works.

    Use This Trick to Remove Tarnish from Copper and Brass: Homemade Copper and Brass Tarnish Remover

    Bob Vila's Tip of the Day: The first thing you need to know before polishing any brass object is whether the item is solid brass, or brass-plated steel, zinc, or cast iron. The easiest way to check is by placing a small magnet on the piece you’re not sure about. Magnets will not stick to solid brass, so if the magnet sticks, the piece is brass-plated. Plated items can be cleaned with hot soapy water, but rubbing or polishing them too aggressively can remove the brass plating.

    ▶ Super Secret Trick for Cleaning Brass and Copper - Jewelry Tutorial HQ - YouTube