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      ding dong
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      IT`S A VARY HEAVY BELL, 30″ ACROSS THE BASE, GUESS THATS WHY IT IS NO. 30 ??, THE BELL COME FROM THE WASHINGTON COAST, RUST COMES OFF IN SHEETS, PAID $150, ONE OF THE LEGS WAS CUT OFF (ABOUT 4″) THE ROPE WHEEL IS STILL WITH THE BELL, CAN ANY ONE TELL ME HOW I COULD CLEAN IT UP? ABOUT THE DING DONG THATS ANOTHER STORY,

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      Carolyn Whitlock
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      Have you had any luck cleaning up your bell?

    • #12795
      55john
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      We have found there is no one solution for cleaning bells. To get off grease and grime we have found a product called Kotton Klenser to be wonderful. You can get it for cleaning metal or wood. It’s available directly from the company or via antique shops. To remove rust we often use a wire brush with BRASS bristles. It works well on iron objects. You need to be very careful with brass bells and hardware stores sell nylon bristle brushes that sometimes work.

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