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Thread: Cleaning the brass/copper parts on my vintage Stonedar.

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    Cleaning the brass/copper parts on my vintage Stonedar.

    Has anyone any tips on how to clean the brass/copper parts on my vintage Stonedar..?
    The brass/copper has turned green, much like the hands on Extendar, I suppose, but it it didnít seem like the Magic Eraser, so effective on pink Roboto boots, had any effect on these green parts.

    So, if anyone has a tip on how to remove that green layer, Iíd appreciate it, very much..!
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    Have you tried the Magic Eraser ? It works great on Roboto and Two Bad legs.

    Silicone spray will remove the pink (but I never tried yet). But I was wondering if silicone spray would erase the green on gold paint ?

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    If real metal was used in the paint it sounds like the copper or brass has patina. Try Googling "How to remove Patina from copper". I saw a few home remedies.

    Its caused by oxygen reacting with the copper. Once removed or repainted, a coat of clear should prevent it from happening again.

    DISCLAIMER: I have never tried any of this, so research it carefully and take care not to damage your figures!!!

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