Dec 4, 2019

Clean Metal

Updated green box.

←Older revision Revision as of 00:08, 5 December 2019
Line 12: Line 12:
 
#Polish [[Clean Brass|brass]] with lemon and baking soda. Wipe down the brass item with a wet, soapy cloth. Squeeze the juice out of a cut lemon into a small bowl. Mix in about 1 to 2 tablespoons (15 to 30 grams) of baking soda until it combines with the juice to make a paste. Buff the brass with the paste using a clean, lint-free towel, rinse away the residue with warm water, and dry the item off.<ref>https://www.howtocleanthings.com/how-to-clean-brass/</ref>[[Image:Clean Metal Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Polish [[Clean Brass|brass]] with lemon and baking soda. Wipe down the brass item with a wet, soapy cloth. Squeeze the juice out of a cut lemon into a small bowl. Mix in about 1 to 2 tablespoons (15 to 30 grams) of baking soda until it combines with the juice to make a paste. Buff the brass with the paste using a clean, lint-free towel, rinse away the residue with warm water, and dry the item off.<ref>https://www.howtocleanthings.com/how-to-clean-brass/</ref>[[Image:Clean Metal Step 3.jpg|center]]
 
#* Test your item to make sure it really is made of brass by trying to stick a magnet on it. If the magnet sticks, you probably have something that is brass-plated. If it doesn’t stick, you’re working with pure brass.
 
#* Test your item to make sure it really is made of brass by trying to stick a magnet on it. If the magnet sticks, you probably have something that is brass-plated. If it doesn’t stick, you’re working with pure brass.
#* Use a little bit of olive oil to shine your brass item after you’ve cleaned and polished it. Just dab some onto a cloth and lightly rub it all over the brass.
+
#* Use a little bit of olive oil to shine your brass item after you’ve cleaned and polished it. Just dab some onto a cloth and lightly rub it all over the brass.
 
#Mix white vinegar, salt, and flour to restore dirty or dull copper. Start by cleaning the item with warm, soapy water. After that is done, mix 1 teaspoon (5 grams) of white table salt, of white vinegar, and 1 tablespoon of flour (15 grams) to make a thick paste; spread the paste onto the copper item and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Polish the copper with a lint-free towel, rinse away the residue, and dry the item off.<ref>https://www.howtocleanthings.com/how-to-clean-copper/</ref>[[Image:Clean Metal Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Mix white vinegar, salt, and flour to restore dirty or dull copper. Start by cleaning the item with warm, soapy water. After that is done, mix 1 teaspoon (5 grams) of white table salt, of white vinegar, and 1 tablespoon of flour (15 grams) to make a thick paste; spread the paste onto the copper item and let it sit for 20 to 30 minutes. Polish the copper with a lint-free towel, rinse away the residue, and dry the item off.<ref>https://www.howtocleanthings.com/how-to-clean-copper/</ref>[[Image:Clean Metal Step 4.jpg|center]]
 
#* For small, grooved sections, use a clean toothbrush or something similar to clean those hard-to-reach areas.
 
#* For small, grooved sections, use a clean toothbrush or something similar to clean those hard-to-reach areas.


from wikiHow - Recent Changes [en] https://ift.tt/2PcjG3n
via IFTTT

No comments:

Post a Comment