#1

Member
West By God Virginia
What do you all use to polish up your timeless bronze. I want to shine up a used one I just recieved

Any ideas on brass as well ?

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#2

Member
Moscow, Russia
(This post was last modified: 04-08-2018, 05:31 PM by GSVwetshave.)
I polished my one yesterday with MAAS. Excellent result Happy2, like new:

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- Sergey
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#3
Barkeeper's friend or Brasso either of which can be picked up at walmart.

I don't like barkeeper's friend as well as Brasso. It's a powder like commet and I find that Brasso which is like car wax, performs better. Both can be used on stainless steel and brass and I have used the both on all my razors safely and effectively.
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#4

Member
Cape Cod, Mass.
I just asked this question of a guy on another site, but then I realized I had some Sunshine Cloth -- which I use for fine fountain pens on the silver clip and blind cap.
I was surprised to find some marks/water stains I don't know what you'd call them on my new Timeless Bronze OC after 2 shaves, and I did wash and dry it carefully after each shave, but there they were -- we have very hard well water, maybe that's why.  Anyway, the cloth took the stains right away.

https://www.amazon.com/Sunshine-Polishin...hine+cloth
#5
(04-08-2018, 09:28 AM)GSVwetshave Wrote: I polished my one yesterday with MAAS. Excellent result Happy2, like new:

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Timeless made such a beautiful razor with the SB Bronze, I may have to give it another go sometime.
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#6

Member
Cape Cod, Mass.
I asked the guys at Timeless and they said -- "It comes clean with Barkeeper’s Friend or any other bronze cleaner.  I have coated one with some Protectaclear, which is just a clear protectant for metals.  It works great."

I found Barkeeper's Friend on Amazon in a liquid --

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FND...00GSM&th=1
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#7
Mass is the best brass/metal polish I have found. I think it is really auto rubbing compound or polish? Chrome polish for the auto seems to work as well. I let my Timeless get tarnished, polished it up which took quite a bit of effort and then coated with Renaissance wax which seems to protect the fish very well. So far in a couple of months, one polish session and then the Renaissance wax. Everything bronze and brass tarnishes easily. That's just the way the mop flops!


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