|Name||7 oz. Luxury Silver Clean||6 oz. Silver Foam||Fork Clean||8 oz. Metal Polish|
|Where to Use||Kitchen||Specialty||Kitchen||Metal Surfaces,Specialty|
|Concentrated or Ready to Use||Ready to use||Ready to use||Ready to use||Ready to use|
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There are a few ways to do a bronze grave. The first step is to clean it with a non-abrasive soap to get rid of the dirt that the marker is exposed to. Just use a bucket of water and regular dish sponge. That will lift most of the dirt. Then you can use this item to clean the bronze -- be aware -- that most bronze markets may be made of bronze, but use bronze colored paint on the uppermost layer of the marker. This particular product will not make it shine. But it will get it clean. If you should rub off the paint, you can either use leather dye as touch up on the area (letting it dry) or resurfacing the headstone with the same type of paint (along with varnishing...that takes a lot of time and energy). Back to the headstone, if you still want to make your stone shine, you can then take a palm sander and lightly go over the lettering of your marker, making sure that you only roll over the raised letters and never touching the stone itself. This will take off what ever grime is there and reveal the bronze as if it were brand new. The only issue with this is that it will begin to patina within a few days. If you want to preserve that "new" look, you will need to go over the varnishing steps which require a lot more work and restoration to the stone. If however, you are looking to just get your headstone clean and let nature takes its course and patina....then at this point you can stop and let the stone age naturally.
No, it is not recommended to use for polishing stones
Yes, this product is good for bronze, brass, copper, and aluminum.
No, this is not good for burned kitchen pots.
Yes, this can be used to clean a brushed nickel lamp.
You can use Brasso metal polish to clean stainless steel, chrome, brass, copper, pewter, bronze and aluminum.
Use for helping polish and protect brass, copper, stainless steel, chrome, aluminum, pewter and bronze. It has low abrasives. You should check with the manufacture of the lamp to see if they have any restrictions.