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Do not have brass polish? Use cigarettes ash and a bit of a damp cloth and copper shines as ever.

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Copper Brush on a saucer two drops of ammonia it, then you polish it faster and easier to clean.

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Brushing copper? Coat with Antikal and then polish with dry cloth. Shines again like a charm!

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Prolonging your copper, if you after brushing some use hair spray.

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Copper brushing with lemon juice is very useful because there is no copper polish residues remaining in corners, it smells better, it's just a panacea for all your copper.

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Copper pans polish with a mixture of flour, vinegar and a little salt. Without taste or smell, cleaning without pressure. Quickly and easily.

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Polish copper stains you get away with water and vinegar.

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If you want to get beautiful copper you must spray viakal and wipe with a damp cloth, just rinse and dry.

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Make a paste of egg white, flour, lemon juice and salt. Apply with a sponge and rinse with hot water.

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Rub with a damp cloth and ashes. Then wipe with a clean cloth.

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Dip the purchaser in buttermilk and rinse with warm water then polish with a dry cloth and your buyer is new again.

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