Uses for Brasso

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Brasso brand commonly known as Brasso metal polish has many different uses around the home and lawn area. It is an all-purpose metal polish that can be used on a variety of metals such as brass, stainless steel, copper, chrome, aluminium and bronze. Brasso is available at most hardware stores and comes in different formulations for different uses. Original Brasso is generally safe to use on most metals, with the exception of sterling silver. Be sure to read the label for applying to make sure it is safe for the intended product. Brasso metal polish is easy to use by simply applying with a clean cloth and buffing to a shine.

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Brasso in the Kitchen

Stainless steel sinks, faucets, stove and refrigerator handles, cabinet pulls and even window locks can be cleaned and shined using Brasso. Brasso metal polish can also be used to polish cookware and decorative metals in the kitchen; it lifts off greasy film and leaves everything polished and shiny.

Brasso in the Bathroom

Use Brasso to polish away water spots on the metal fixtures in the bathroom, from the shower head to the towel rack and faucets.

Brasso in the Living Room

Use Brasso to make the metal in your living room gleam. You can use it to polish decorative metal wall hangings, metal lamps, metal furniture trim and light fixtures. Brasso is a conditioning cleaner that can be used daily if you choose, but the results after one cleaning can last for weeks or even months.

Brasso for Clothes and Outerwear

Brasso can be used to clean and polish belt and shoe buckles, bracelets and earrings, necklaces and even the studs on a leather jacket. Apply Brasso very carefully to avoid getting Brasso on fabrics.

Brasso Outdoors

Use Brasso to eliminate signs of weathering on outdoor metals, including metal patio tables and chairs, flag poles, metalworking hobbies and brass flower pots and urns.

Brasso in General

Brasso can be used on anything metal to clean and polish to a high shine without damaging or pitting the surface, and without a thick waxy thick build-up. From coin collections to photo frames, you can use Brasso on a wide assortment of household items.

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