Brass lacquering

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Mary Fisher wrote:

Nitromors.
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Try this:
http://www.baldwinbrass.net/refinish.htm
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A solution of Harpic (approx 10-1 with water) works well but don't leave in too long or it'll ruin the actual brass.

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traditional way but that pre-supposes that no synthetic lacquers or modern finishes had been applied. Nitromors should shift just about anything without affecting the brass.
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Gary Cockett wrote:

Gold plating.
Might try dipping in casting resin as well.
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