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Vinegar and salt: This easy, simple solution can be cobbled together with ingredients you can find in your home. Simply mix white vinegar and salt together until it forms a paste, then apply to the grave marker. Wait a few minutes, then scrub and wash away the paste. The oxidation should be gone.
- How do you clean old brass buckles? Apply a small amount of toothpaste with a clean cloth to your brass. Allow it to sit for a few minutes before rinsing with cold water. Mix together 1/2 cup of vinegar, a teaspoon of salt, and a sprinkling of flour until it forms a paste. Spread the mixture on the brass and allow it to sit for a few minutes.
- Can baking soda remove ink stains? All you need to do is mix together baking soda and water so that it forms a paste. Then, using a cotton ball, gently apply the paste to your ink stain and dab it lightly. After the stain has lifted, or no more ink is coming off on the cotton ball, simply wipe the paste with a clean, colorless cloth or paper towel.
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- How do you remove oxidation from oil rubbed bronze? To get rid of the green oxidation, you can try mixing 2 tablespoons of baking soda and some lemon juice until it has a toothpastelike consistency. Spread this over the green parts of the fixture and rub it in well using a soft cloth. Then, you can rinse it off with warm water and see if the green marks are gone.
- What is the best way to clean bronze grave markers? Simply mix white vinegar and salt together until it forms a paste, then apply to the grave marker. Wait a few minutes, then scrub and wash away the paste. The oxidation should be gone.
- How do you clean grave markers? It should never be the intent to make a grave marker look “new”. Even with the most careful technique, cleaning may accelerate deterioration or cause loss of original material. Only use soft brushes and gentle cleaners, such as water or a non-ionic cleaner (neutral pH of 7).