Best Polish For Old Pewter?

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Pewter does not tarnish like silver, so a periodic clean with an all-purpose metal polish will keep it looking bright Do not use silver polish on pewter. Much old pewter has a patina and color ranging from mellow silver to charcoal grey. Many collectors prefer this finish. Old and valuable pieces will also benefit from an application of good quality neutral wax polish to protect from oxidisation. The best polish for old pewter is home made. Mix equal parts salt, flour and vinegar. Dab the cloth into a little of the polish and gently rub it into the pewter in a small circular pattern.
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1. Wash your polished pewter as necessary if it is covered with grime or has lost its luster, for example. Begin by mixing 1/2 to 1 tsp. of a mild soap or detergent (hand soap or
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cleaning pewter With pewter polish and a piece of cloth. Alternatively, silver polish will do the job, it will be a little longer! oldpewterman For satin finish you can also use SoftScrub
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There are a few different ways to clean your pewter. First we will start with Antique Pewter which usually contains lead may develop a dark patina. This is a result of the lead. This
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Polish Pewter: Salt, Vinegar, and Flour.
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