To Shine Copper Vase

Introduction: To Shine Copper Vase

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To shine copper vase you need

Tamarind pulp and salt

1. soak tamarind pulp with table spoon of salt and required water inside the vase, let it soak about 30 min.

2.Use the same mixer to clean out side of the vase by rubbing with salt ( here you will notice the difference while rubbing)

3.Then wash with dish liquid and water.

4. Wipe with tissue and dry at room temp.

Tada your vase is clean and shine.

Thanks for waching

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    11 Discussions

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    ringai
    ringai

    5 years ago on Introduction

    If you use some clear, spray-on conformal coating (the stuff sprayed on circuit boards to prevent environmental corrosion and tarnishing), that copper will stay shiny for months.

    Conformal coating is a sort of polyurethane that's easily removed by plain old isopropyl alcohol and absolutely non-damaging to copper. You can probably find some at an electronic hobby store.

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    ojsefg
    ojsefg

    5 years ago

    That looks like a spittoon.

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    ringai
    ringai

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I don't think he meant anything by his remark. Cowboy movies with scenes in saloons often featured metal spittoons having about the same shape as your vase. It's a cultural reference. Roll with it ;-)

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    Skwurlito
    Skwurlito

    5 years ago

    thought I should bring up, while copper looks great shiny, it value diminishes when you shine it. antique copper art should be shined only if you don't intend to sell. same with brass.

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    neo71665
    neo71665

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    That goes with any antique metal object.

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    Skwurlito
    Skwurlito

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Indeed. I personally like the tarnished metal look. But parts that conduct electricity and perform specific tasks must be clean so this is very useful information.