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I have an antique silver teapot (type thing). My antique-dealing brother in law told me i need to remove the tarnish but not the patina. He recommened a certain silver dip but it is very expensive for a very small amount and this teapot is quite large. Does anyone know if i can use camo-x to remove the tarnish without harming the patinaI dont want the patina removed just the tarnish
its a solid-sterling-silver antique teapot, id be using it on a regular electric stove top burner on the
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