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Old January 31, 2013, 08:39 PM   #15
jdscholer
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Then pour the brass onto a towel. Let it dry for a while. If you put it out in the sun they will dry faster.
Now that part of the process, I'm kinda picky about. I couldn't just leave them in the sun for awhile and trust that they would be dry inside. A 200 degree oven will vaporize any moisture, and isn't hot enough to harm the metal.

Birchwood Casey does have a liquid case cleaner that works pretty well. It's got some kind of mild acid in it -- phosphoric, acetic, licergic, --- I can't remember. jd
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