Cleaning Copper Blush Off Of Brass After Soldering And Pickling. In this short video, Professor John Ahr of the Online Jewelry Academy demonstrates how to remove the copper blush that can develop on a brass surface after soldering and pickling. Using a chemical solution sometimes referred to as "nickel pickle", Professor Ahr easily restores a brass surface to it's beautiful golden yellow color.
While the pickling techniques covered in this video can save you time in the finishing of your brass projects, they must be used with caution. Please pay attention to the safety considerations before you adopt this pickling process.
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