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We do not recommend using our Tarn-X Tarnish Remover on Tin. It should only be used on precious metals such as Sterling Silver, Silver Plate, Platinum, Copper and Gold.
The chlorine has actually removed a component of the natural make up of the copper. While our Tarn-X Tarnish Remover will not harm the copper pipes, it may not restore the effects of the chlorine, but can always try it. We recommend testing it in a small area first, it's a wipe and rinse application.
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While our Tarn-X Tarnish Remover is safe to use on copper, since this is an outdoor weather vane and the copper is exposed to the outdoor elements, we recommend spot testing first in an inconspicuous area by using a cotton ball to wipe the product on and rinse immediately. Wait overnight to see how the natural patina in the copper reacts. Heat, humidity, cold, etc….can have an effect on outdoor copper. If the copper remains bright and shiny after spot testing, you can proceed with the product doing small portions of the weather vane at a time since our product should not sit on any precious metals for any duration of time as it’s a wipe and rinse application. We recommend sealing it after the entire piece has been cleaned.
Use a Magnet, lots of 'brass' items are brass plated...if it's pure brass it will have a weak attraction, if tin or steel with brass plating it will strongly attract.
I used TARN-X on Brass piano panels, it worked great but it took multiple applications and scrubbing with a small brush (rubber gloves highly suggested). Seems the TARN-X works in seconds but doesn't clean the entire area, hence the multiple applications I did which worked. Suggest epoxy clear coat when done to keep from tarnishing again. Epoxy is UV proof... Brasso was not effective at all. It works on smooth barely tarnished items like military brass belt buckles but doesn't work if the surface is heavily tarnished or has detail surfaces with multiple crevices.
Yep, I did the same with Brasso, it cleans brass ok but takes lots of rubbing, TARN-X worked for me. It works in seconds and appears to stop once the chemical action expires, then i kept reapplying and scrubbing with a small brush until it finally polished. I would recommend a clear coat gloss epoxy if you can find it in the stores, that keeps the finish from tarnishing. The epoxy is UV proof. Most clear paints aren't UV proof and the sun degrades it in a few months.
Lots of roof material, especially the silver color is called 'Galvalum'. It is an aluminum plating on the sheet metal to protect it from heavy metal degredation in weather. Try a product used to clean automobile aluminum wheels (follow directions carefully, if you leave it on the metal too long it burns the aluminum and makes it orange), that may work. Not sure if TARN-X will work for that.
YeS i used iron my silver rings and silverware. It will clean ur white gold.