Colonel Brassy is of industrial strength and abrasive. Using certain metals (polished brass, polished copper, gold, silver, and any coated metal) you may find it necessary to dilute with water up to a 1:5 ratio, or if uncertain, test on a small hidden area first.
BRASS AND COPPER CLEANING: Colonel Brassy will remove tarnish and other stains on brass and copper and put a protective polish on the surface that protects the metals from the air.
STAINLESS STEEL CLEANING: Colonel Brassy will remove surface rust, hard water, and mineral deposits, baked-on grease, and other surface stains. Just use COLONEL BRASSY full strength and rub in direction of the grain, polish to a high shine.
CHROME CLEANING: Always use a small amount on a clean cloth and apply a moderate amount of pressure. Removes rust, hard water deposits, and oxidation. When cleaning out pits in oxidation allow Colonel Brassy to dry in pits. Buff to a great shine.
PORCELAIN - TILE - PLASTICS - FIBERGLASS: Apply Colonel Brassy in a circular motion with a clean cloth or a buffer wheel. Let dry to a haze then buff to a high shine. Removes oxidation, rust, black marks, oil, and grease marks.
GLASS AND MIRROR CLEANING: Use Colonel Brassy's full strength on glass or mirror (it won't harm the surface). Removes hard water deposits, overspray, glue, and tape residue.
MOTORCYCLES: On chrome pipes, it will take off melted boot, burnt oil, and grease, use full strength. Try on bad aluminum.