Hi Nina, here's a tutorial: https://www.bobvila.com/articles/how-to-clean-brass/ I've always heard the acidity in tomatoes works wonders - using ketchup, tomato sauce etc.
Have you tried Brasso? It should do the trick. :)
No I bought weights brass polish dont work
You can use good ole vinegar and baking soda! Pour the vinegar on first and then sprinkle the baking soda. It may take a couple times of repeating depending on how tarnished they are, you may even want to soak them in vinegar and then sprinkle with baking soda!
Brasso will work great!
Here is info for you
Boil them in a pot with some vinegar. Let stand for about 30 minutes. This only works if the brass is not coated. If it is coated, use brasso.
This tutorial on how to clean old brass handles should help: https://pin.it/3RlJKOF
This blog suggest ways to clean brass handles as well: https://www.remodelista.com/posts/how-to-clean-brass/
I would go straight to brasso, it works best in my opinion.
Hi Nina: A lot depends on whether or not they are coated with a lacquer. Mine aren't, and I clean my brass with a product called Barkeepers Friend. Most stores carry it. You will want something that will not scratch the surface. Even Bon Ami will work. I'm not a fan of catsup as it can turn yellow and leave an ugly film that's hard to get off. I have tried it several times and don't like it at all, but maybe that's just me. A lot of people swear by it. I just swear at it :) Here are a couple sites that should help:
Brasso or even maybe Soak in Coca Cola overnight. Does wonders for Copper!
Hi Nina. I recommend making a paste to clean your brass handles. Dissolve 1 teaspoon of salt into a half-cup of vinegar, and add flour until it forms a paste. Put the paste on your brass and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Then rinse with warm water and buff dry. Good luck Nina.
Hi Nina, hope this helps you clean your brass handles.
4 Ways to Clean Brass Handles - wikiHowwww.wikihow.com › ... › Metals › Brass › Cleaning Brass
Brass handles are handsome fixtures on almost any piece of furniture, but steady ... To avoid scratches, be gentle when cleaning your brass handles, and never use ... If you're interested in getting the brass handles of an antique dresser or ...
Brasso is my go to cleaner for brass. Use a soft cloth to polish afterwards.
Here's a good tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_yUKEAnEOE
I've always heard that ketchup does the trick!!
This may help: https://aprettyfix.com/all-natural-2-ingredient-brass-cleaner/
This works best for brass: https://amzn.to/3l2j3YA
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