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    removing lacquer

    I bought a Cleveland Superior for twenty bucks. I'm taking it down to raw brass using stripper and Flitz. Anyone have a better way?

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    Try very, very hot water to remove the lacquer. Sometimes the old lacquer will come off easily...


 

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