How do you take tarnish off of brass?

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There are many different homemade remedies to get tarnish off of brass. If not using a commercial product, it is best to test the home remedy on an inconspicuous area first. You can take the tarnish off of brass with white vinegar or ketchup safely.
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1. Partially fill your sink with warm water and mix a few drops of dish soap into it. 2. Immerse the tarnished brass in this water if possible. 3. Dip the cloth into this water. Scrub
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To remove tarnish from brass, cover the item with Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce or
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You can use vinegar. The vinegar will break down the tarnish and make it much easier to wipe away. For extra cleaning power, warm the vinegar up first.
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Combine equal parts of flour, salt, and vinegar, and mix into a paste. Spread the paste onto the metal, let it dry, and buff it off with a clean, dry cloth. . OR. . Make a pste
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