Removing carbon from brass


Does anyone know of an easy way to remove carbon deposits from brass (blow torch) I can use a polishing mop on an electric drill but wondering if there is a liquid or something that I can dip in to make this easier.
thanks
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Try oven cleaner or leaving it in a solution of washing powder for a few hours.
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"Scudo" wrote:

I have no experience of removing carbon deposits from brass, but you could try a ceramic hob cleaner such as Hob Brite. This is a mild abrasive which should remove the deposits but not scratch the brass. Obviously try it on a small low profile area first. Ceramic hob cleaner also good for cleaning the burnt-on dirt on glass-fronted gas fires.
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