How do I clean my copper/ brass watering can or mist sprayer?

How do I clean my copper/ brass watering can or mist sprayer?

Copper watering cans develop patina. Oils from your skin and chemicals in water will affect the surface of the material. For some people, these unique patterns are part of the joy of owning items made from copper, for others, it is an unsightly blemish the shining surface.

 This video is a comprehensive guide to polishing your copper watering can using the Haws Copper Polishing Kit - available on our website. 

Remember, the key to maintaining the shine is consistent care. Happy gardening!

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