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Lacquer removal


A friend was trying to clean a pair of Brass candlesticks from her church. She has run into a problem as some of the lacquer has come off. Is there a way to remove the old lacquer as the candlesticks look pretty bad now.


Lee Conrey
- Kennesaw, Georgia, USA


I am searching the web in an effort to find a way to remove the lacquer from an old solid brass lamp base and would appreciate any effective advice this correspondent may have gathered.

Marti D. Oliver
- Franklin, Virginia

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