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how to clean copper minerals by equipment

how to clean copper minerals by equipment

Jul 11, 2010 Acetic Acid. Perhaps the most widely used chemical to clean copper is acetic acid. Many people may not know it, but this chemical is commonly found in homes, but called by another name: vinegar. Vinegar is actually acetic acid. This acid is quite weak, but it does a good job in cleaning the stains, tarnishes and oxidized residue on copper surfaces.

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