Antique Piping Tips - Cleaning?

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markandjacksmum Posted 26 Sep 2011 , 5:02am
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I've recently inherited my husband's Nan's piping tips. They would have to be at least 40 years old, but propbably haven't been used for the last 10-15 yrs. They're a little tarnished? and could use a clean up. I'd love to clean them up and put them to use again, for the nostalgia if anything.
Any suggestions as to how to clean them? Hubby suggested Brasso but I was concerned about using it on an item that will come into contact with edibles.

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carmijok Posted 26 Sep 2011 , 5:37am
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Does Brasso clean stainless steel? Is that what they're made of? You might try an SOS pad to scrub them if they need it. Or Twinkle cream cleaner. Regardless of what you use, I'm assuming you will rinse it off so I wouldn't worry about it being 'food safe'. Not too many cleaners I know of are!

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