In this demonstration we use a Church Polish & Cleaning Kit that includes Simichrome and Flitz to polish a brass chalice and candle stick. The tutorial includes detailed work instructions and best practices at www.thepolishguy.com.
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Today, we will be using a church polishing kit to polish a chalice in a candle. The church polish kit includes two tubes of semi-chrome polish, a tuba flits polish, a fuller brush, a micro-fiber clothe in its own hidden storage kit. That way you know where everything is when you need it. Taking the tube of flits polish I just apply some to the chalice with my finger tip, the reason we use flits polish is that it has a USDA label, so it is safe to use on anything that comes to contact with food or holds food or stores beverages of any kind and a lot of people feel more comfortable with that. It will polish things very easily and quickly. Of course, what you should always do is make sure that you wash it with warm soapy water as well as rinse it before you use it. That would certainly be our recommendation but you can see how quickly and nicely it cleans up. The reason we use a steamy chrome polish is that it is a little bit more of an aggressive polish and it also shines regular steel work and candles very easily. And if you notice you just put it on with the tip of your micro-fiber clothe, glove and rub it in. let it sit for a few minutes and buff off and I believe you can see right away the big difference. This concludes my demonstration of our polish kit for churches. These kits are available at my website www.winterbrookfarmantiques.com in two sizes.

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