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Thread: Wheeler Wilson 8 Rufflers

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    ​I am again amazed at your abilities and skills Steve.
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    If you want a job, you can come and clean all my silverware and brass!! You have done a brilliant job. Good on ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingloulou View Post
    If you want a job, you can come and clean all my silverware and brass!! You have done a brilliant job. Good on ya.
    HA! you make it so I can go there and I'd be glad to!!!!

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    so you ever use a wire wheel on anything?
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    of course I do. I even used it a little bit on this for a tough stain spot, but it is a good way to thrash brass.

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    I use only when needed... but I does save a lot of stuff...
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    The wire-wheel was not needed at all this time.

    Ok, so confession time. I have been using a can of Brasso. Note :can:

    I finally used up the last of my 20+ year old can of Brasso and had to breakdown and go get more. It is now in plastic squeeze bottle (I like it) and boy howdy did it make a difference. I had not realize how "faded" my Brasso was until I used fresh stuff.

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    And since the second one is is slightly better condition, we can read the bottom line now...
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    OMG Steve, my Brasso is also in a metal can. Perhaps it is time to purchase some new stuff.
    Sweet Caroline

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    Been so long since I used Brasso, I didn't realized they had "gone plastic". I do have a grody faceplate or 2 to clean and I've seen the recommend for Brasso on it. Any opinions good or bad??

    Chris
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    I meant to behave......but there were too many other options

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    I cannot see a single reason not to so far....

    the second WW8 Ruffler here was cleaned with Brasso and an old toothbrush, followed by a Dawn and water rinse.

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