Question by  wrigley (21)

How do I get scratches out of brass?


Answer by  Euripides (174)

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, which makes it a semi-soft metal. This means that light scratches (mo deeper than 1-2 mm. ) can often be buffed out using a buffer and mild abrasive. Deeper scratches can be minimized but never completely removed without harming the surrounding metal.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

Brass is soft, so it scratches easily. It is often laquered, and the scratch may be in the finish- use a little acetone (nail polish remover) which will soften the finish and buff like crazy. If not finished, use a good brass cleaner, and a buffing cloth, and elbow grease.


Answer by  mahee (720)

Brass is a soft metal. So it can gets easily scratches. Light scratches can be buffet out by using a buffer. If the scratches not finished we can use a good brass cleaner and a buffing cloth.

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