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Old March 9, 2009, 09:03 AM   #26
ilbob
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As others have said, its not important functionally for the brass to be nice and shiny. It just has to be clean.

When I was a poor student, I used to run them through with my laundry. I had some knee length socks that I would put a handful of dirty brass in and tie it off. Ran it through the washer and dryer that way.

Came out clean, but not shiny.
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