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9 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW A CAN OF SODA (LIKE PEPSI) CAN DO = How to Clean Copper --- Copper Cleaner Copper-bottomed pots are great for conducting heat, but the copper loses its luster with use. Restore that bright sheen by soaking the copper bottom in a pan filled with Pepsi soda for about an hour. The acid in the soda makes the copper look shiny and new—without scrubbing. This cleaning trick works on plenty of other household copper accents as well.
Penny Jewelry Tutorial
When making crafts with coins, here's how to clean them: make a scrub out of white vinegar and baking soda.When you mix the two it bubbles up so you may want to mix it over the kitchen sink. Make a juicy paste, rub it on the pennies and let it sit a few minutes. Come back with an old toothbrush and give ‘em a scrub. The penny on the left and the right are the same penny. Crazy, huh?
A Variety Of Ways You Can Clean Brass, Copper & More
Materials Needed: 1 TBSP Flour 1 TBSP Salt 1 TBSP White Vinegar Instructions: In a small bowl, combine salt and flour. Stir until well blended. Make a thick paste by adding vinegar to the salt and flour. Using a damp sponge or cloth, smear on the paste. Rub gently. Allow polish to dry for approximately one hour. Rinse piece well with warm water. Buff dry with soft cloth.