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I love The Victorian House Brass and Copper Restorer for both my intricate brass and for my copper bottom pans. I love the fact its non- toxic and odor free and i can use it at the kitchen sink. !.Put it on with a soft pad of #0000 steel wool and it dissolves the tarnish.2. Rinse it off with warm water and dry it thoroughly. It so easy to use and doesn't have the black mess or residue in the cracks and crevices.
You are welcome. Hope you enjoy the product as much as I have. I did this desk with The Finish Rejuvenator years ago. It has a decal on the front and it made it look great without removing anything. DJ
FYI You don't have to remove every finish.. I use a product for keeping the original finish. It won't change the color but if its just dirty and scratched and dinged its always worth a try. The nice thing about it is it repairs the finish but doesn't leave any oily residue like stuff like Old English. It in the finish and lasts for years. I have used it for years because I sell antiques and it was only sold in the Tulsa area until they got the website. I have a few pics of a cedar chest I will post. Go check out the product it may keep you from having to strip every item. DJ
www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com. Look at the Finish Rejuvenator. You may not have to refinish it at all. I agree never put a finish over a finish. This product was invented for keeping the old finish and bringing it back to like by putting the Oil IN the finish where its needed. I love it for my antiques and it was invented in Oklahoma and sold in Tulsa before they got the website a few years back. I added some pics of a cedar chest I did a while back. up top
Since you mentioned Antiques I had to tell you about the product I use to make the wood look new again without taking the finish off or adding wax or color. Keeps the original color and brings back the shine. Its really a cleaner and a repair for the finish in one product. Its called The Victorian House Finish Rejuvenator and its been around for 30 years but they just started selling on the web a couple of years ago. It was only available at antique shows and home shows for a long time. I use it on all the wood that doesn't look perfect and I sell antiques and used furniture on craigslist and auctions and make money because of this great product. If you need some go check out their website. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com Happy Hunting Rachel Jean.
I found a product online that will take away scratches and they don't come back. Its called a finish Rejuvenator. Made by a company in Oklahoma. Its been around like 30 years for antiques but it works for any wood that looks bad. So far I have used it on a table similar to the one in the video and I have used it on some pet scratches and a place where the dog water bowl made the bottom of a cabinet look faded out. The only picture I too was a white ring on an entertainment center--It is great. I bought it to clean my cabinets but haven't got there yet . Heres their address if you need something for wood. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com Zach
If the copper isn't coated I recommend The Victorian House Brass and Copper Restorer. It will never remove any of the copper because its not a paste or cream and its non toxic and has no odor. I use it for antique brass and copper. It looks like water--no black mess. Put it on with Soft steel wool--don't worry it wont scratch it..and rinse it off with warm water. Its simple and easy. It used to be hard to find but now they have a website if you want to check it out for yourself. www.thevictorianhouseproucts.com
I have to share the product my husband uses. It was invented for antiques to clean and bring back the Original Finish. It will eliminate scratches without color by putting the oil in the finish. I know it sounds crazy. I have used it for antiques for years and it used to be only available at antique shops and home shows but now its online. Read about it for yourself. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com it works
I've tried them all and always go back to an old product I started using 20 years ago. Its made in Oklahoma and it used to be only available in the antique malls but they are online--of course. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com. Its a liquid with no smell and its non-toxic. You put it on with soft steel wool (#0000) at the kitchen sink and it dissolves the tarnish and you rinse it away with water at the kitchen sink. I like it because there is no black mess and no white stuff down in the intricate patterns on the etched pieces. Just my opinion but try it you might feel the same.
I know you would like to think you can clean tarnish with household products but if you want something that works every time just order The Victorian House Brass and Copper Restorer. Its easy and safe. I can't say enough about their products for wood and metal. I have used it for years and I know it works. heres the address again if you want to check it out. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com. I don't make any money passing this on..I just love the products. The fact they are made in Oklahoma is important to me too.
Not when you use The Victorian House Brass and copper cleaner. Its a chemical that dissolves the tarnish so you can rinse it away right at the kitchen sink but its non-toxic and food grade so its safe. Its not a paste its a liquid-like dip your finger in the bottle and rub it on the tarnish and it dissolves. Its an old product invented for antiques but its online now after 30 years. You should give it a try. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com is their address. I have used it for years and its the best. Sorry I don't really have any pictures.
www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com They have the BEST Brass cleaner Ever Made. Its an old product that was only sold in antique place in Oklahoma but I think the younger bunch has put it online now. Its a liquid and it dissolves the tarnish at the sink and you rinse it away with warm water and dry and you have your shine back. It doesn't smell at all -kinda looks like water. I like it because it doesn't take off any metal and doesn't leave the pasty stuff in the grooves at all. Keeps the sound true. Sorry I don't have a pic.