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How to Clean Brass and Stainless Steel

Quick-Glo was originally invented in 1957as a rust/remover, polish for use on (Chromium) Chrome for short.  However over the years Quick-Glo has been proven SUPERIOR to other known cleaners Such as Brasso and Semi-Chrome that use harmful toxins as a cheap means to remove the tarnish and oxidation. Worst of all after you chemically was the surface to clean it you leave the metal unprotected and the oxidation process immediately starts all over again. Unless you have nothing better to do with your time, repeatedly cleaning your Brass or Stainless is frustrating, time consuming and costly.

Cleaning Brass using Ultra Fine

Brass is considered a hard metal and the oxidation or tarnish is difficult to remove and frustrating to keep off. I recommend Ultra Fine to achieve the highest luster.

 If this is your first time to use Quick-Glo, or your not sure of the quality of the brass, you should first apply Quick-Glo in a small out-of-the-way spot to see how it works. Start with a small amount the size of a dime and rub gently in a circular motion for 20 seconds. The tarnish will quickly disappear. If you’re happy with the results, wipe off the excess wax with a clean cloth and your done. If there is still some tarnish present continue rubbing for another 20 seconds until your rag turns black and you’re done. If not rarely it may take a second application. Because you are applying wax during the cleaning process always wipe with a clean soft cloth when you finish rubbing to remove all excess wax.

Cleaning Stainless using Ultra Fine

Stainless is considered a hard metal, and the oxidation or tarnish is difficult to remove and frustrating to keep off. I recommend Ultra Fine to achieve the highest luster.

The directions are similar to brass but stainless comes in brushed and polished. Using Quick-Glo on brushed stainless may result in a shiny spot. Also, stainless has a grain similar to wood, so always rub with the grain. For brushed, rubbing gently may prevent creating a shine.

If at anytime you’re not sure, or have Questions, contact me by E-mail or cell for a Quicker response.

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