I've used brasso before, and it seems to work fine on my instruments. I have a silver polishing cloth that came with my Chinese horn, and I've been using that for my besson. I use a lot of force on that rag to get the dirt and what not off. It comes out for me. I guess I'm one of the originals who don't use the new fancy stuff. Call me old fashion.
Vulgano Brother: "I consider the normal wearing away of silver as badges of honor..."
Unknown student trumpet "china horn"
Bundy - student trumpet
(1940's) Stratford Besson -England - student
(1949) Holton Collegiate - student
(1970's) King Tempo - student
(1982) Besson 609 -USA - student
Does anybody have any pictures of the salt/baking soda method? Anyways, I just gave my trumpet it's first bath 3-6-10, although I couldn't get ALL of the gunk out, there was a lot. I didn't try the salt/baking soda method because I wanted to make sure of the right proportions.
p.s. How often should I use Hagerty's on by horn?
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