OLD AGE AND TREACHERY WILL OVERCOME YOUTH AND SKILL.
And on the eighth day God said, "Okay, Murphy, you're in charge!"
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Also try "bartender's helper". I've found that it works as well -- and really, better.
I'll look for some next shopping trip.
Used it many times back in the day, but not in a very long time. But then the Navy didn't have much use brass, other than a belt buckle.
I find it useful for cleaning just about any hard surface with no residue after you wipe it away. Brass in the Army? Belt buckle, unit crest, and Class A collar brass.
Yep, got a bottle in the closet to this day... LOL
Used up the can. Now it is in some newfangled plastic bottle. Stll the same stuff.
The ammonia in Brasso really cuts the crud!Simichrome is also very good, but pricey. And I use lots of Nevr-Dull wadding keeping stuff clean and shiny.
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