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How to shine a Brass Fire Hydrant?


(2001)

Hello,

I'm restoring old fire fighting equipment, recently I acquired an all brass fire hydrant and would like the best way to get and maintain the shine. The Fire hydrant is a James Jones two piece hydrant.

Michael Avila
- Modesto, California, USA


(2007)


If you had not already, you may want to consider using a wire wheel (electric) to clean thoroughly the fire hydrant and follow-up by buffing the James Jones Fire Hydrant; a paste wax that is commonly used on boats and nautical equipment to maintain its shine.

just a thought!

David Rossi
- Roseville, California



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