I'm going to be insulating the copper water pipes this weekend but before I
do I'd like to remove the blue/green/white buildup that has occurred in a
I've heard one opinion to just leave it alone. If I want to remove it,
what's the best method? Baking soda? Vinegar? Steel Wool?
Any thoughts are welcomed.
I used steel wool and soap on my copper pipes, Then I used brasson on
it. Then I waxed it. It looks like new now.