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Brass Care and Cleaning

Care and cleaning of brass is a complicated conversation. Start with the terms: patina, aging, distressed, mottled. It's a unique language, but let's focus on two important concepts: "clean" and "polished."

There's a big difference and here's why. Brass countertops can be a clean surface but still show spots. Polishing will typically remove the spots, but it is likely that new reactions will form.

Cleaning Instructions

 

We recommend allowing the brass to develop a natural patina based on its use. Therefore, it is best to use cleaning techniques and products that fit best with your household or business.

Tips

  • Soft cloth and mild soap
  • Scrub and on occasion with an abrasive sponge
  • Avoid cleaners with ammonia, bleach, or citric acid.

Note: We can provide cleaning advice on your specific needs. Just send us a picture of what you are seeing and we can help you polish, sand or get used to it. E-mail them to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Care Instructions

The biggest issue with brass, or other reactive metals, is understanding that a spot can form from a wide variety of things. The first spots will be fingerprints, water marks and maybe a cleaning agent. It is to be expected and the frequency of the spots will depend on how you are using the surface.

Tips

  • Spray cleaners or commercial soaps should be tested to see if they darken the brass.
  • Metal polish such as Brasso can be used to remove any unwanted spots but we do not recommend trying to maintain a polished finish for countertop surfaces.