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copper care

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hello . im not sure if this is the right spot to ask this but here goes , as far as general maintenance and polishing of copper components what is a good product to use to clean and is there anything that can be used to seal copper surface with to keep it looking polished . we curently use citric acid and elbow grease then neutralise with soda wash  to get a nice presentable shine , however after a few runs the copper components dull and become poor looking especially compared to the stainless steel components . it would be nice to put some type of coating on to keep it all looking good .

thanks in advance 

tim 

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We too polished relentlessly the first few months but then took a more relaxed attitude and embraced the worn penny look.  That and it takes a long damn time to keep it new looking.

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thanks indy spirits for the reply , was hopeing to get away from the used penny look on our older equiptment to offset the huge contrast between the stainless , its not a big deal purely for looks lol doesnt hurt quality or production . i have ordered some high temp shalack i ll let u know if that works . if it doesnt work it will be a real pain to remove ....

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