Walnut shells work dandee as well ...... and it seems like those darn things NEVER wear out!
Or a superstorm..... Or even a Zombie apocalypse ! This might beat fighting in gas lines for two weeks without electricity, so you can get heat to the house. NOT fun . Of course, you might be fighting in line with the Beavers ?! But..... Ummmmmmm....... Winter project ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6e3CprVTi8 http://www.woodgas.net/files/FEMA_emergency_gassifer.pdf
Ground walnut shells do a good job of cleaning, but leave a matte, almost bead-blasted finish, in my experience. If you really want your brass to sparkle and shine, you use corncob with 2-3 capfuls of brass polish worked into it.
I never thought of using corncobs to polish my brass.
That is freaking awesome! I downloaded the PDF immediately. Scottie
Now to design the support bracketry ...... up high above the rear wheel of my B5 ?
I was thinking of in the bed of 4 cylinder pick up. Scottie