from Cranford, NJ: "Your product is amazing. My boyfriend is restoring a 1930's Kohler generator with a brass radiator. It had 70 years of build up and grime a
nd it's finally looking like it should. He said its the best product he has ever used to restore his antiques."
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From Charlie in New Orleans, LA: "I had these trench art bookends from WWII dated 1944 (I don't think they've been cleaned since then!), what an incredible job the Cape Cod did! I'm going to do the other one now, with one cloth!"
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Next time your in Mobile, AL visit Bronstein's at 458 Azalea Road
Saturday, November 23 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Historic Deerfield Museum Gift Shop
Make your holiday table shine. Bring in your silverware or stainless, your pewter or brass candlesticks or serving platters or plates. Working with Museum Gift Shop staff, and with free polishing cloths from Cape Cod Metal Polishing Company, wipe away years of tarnish! A customer participation event!
My husband visited cape cod frequently many years ago. At that time we bought two packages with the cleaning cloths inside. These cloths lasted and lasted and finally had to be tossed. Finally I found, thru your website, a store in my town where they sell these. Let me tell you I have never found anything that can compare to your product.
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Check out this rave review for Cape Cod Metal Polishing Cloths on fifty: the blog
| Many of you might not know that we've been working with Cape Abilities for over 20 years now. They have become an integral part of our packaging process over the years and continue to be a reliable partner in our business.
In 1996 our house was burned down in a wildfire. I sifted through the ashes and recovered as much of my mother’s sterling flatware as I could find. They were in a box until about 5 years ago when I decided to see if I could salvage any of the pieces.
Here are some good tips for cleaning Fireplace Tools & Brass Andirons--we've certainly given them a good workout this winter! Also tips on removing corrosion from Brass & Copper.
Brass andirons and fire tools that have been long neglected may prove to be a tough job, owing to burned-in resins from your fire. You can use fine steel wool dipped in cooking oil, but it will take plenty of time and elbow grease. Easier to handle and very effective is fine emery cloth of the sort used by metal workers. They are available at hardware stores. Dip the emery cloth in cooking oil and rub in one direction, not round and round, and when it is clean polish it with a Cape Cod Metal Polishing Cloth.