Tarnish

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Kingmack, Apr 13, 2015.

  1. Kingmack

    Kingmack New Friend

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    hey guys i am remastering a Getzen 700 special series and its got hella tarnish and black spots, and ive already used Hagertys polish and it didn't really take all the spots off. can you help?
    Also iv'e been looking at Tarn-X and i'm wondering if that will work.
     
  2. Ed Lee

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    Tarn-X won't work any better than Hagerty's. Have you done the aluminum foil - baking soda technique yet?
     
  3. Culbe

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    Great horn. I have little comet like spots on mine in the bell area.
     
  4. Kingmack

    Kingmack New Friend

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    no i havent yet but thanks for the idea i will use it!
     
  5. BrassBandMajor

    BrassBandMajor Fortissimo User

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    Use the Alunium foil & Baking Soda method works cheap and fast and GOOD.
    If it doesn't work buy a Yamaha Brass Soap on Amazon.com cheap and removes tarnishes.
     

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