Vol. 4, No. 117


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Contrabass-list Sun, 15 Feb 1998 Volume 1 : Number 117

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Date: Sun, 15 Feb 1998 11:54:24 -0800
From: dnmagic@juno.com (David A Neubauer)
Subject: re:Silver polish cotton

JIM: Thank You!! Will pursue the lead!!


>Date: Fri, 13 Feb 1998 00:48:12 -0500
>From: Jim Lande <lande@erols.com>
>To: contrabass-list@contrabass.com
>Subject: Re: contrabass-list V1 #114
>Message-ID: <34E3DE9C.7A4C@erols.com>

>but had this cotton pad (like a big flat
>>cotton ball - you could break off what you needed) that came imbedded
>>with silver polish. Bad part, he doesn't know where he bought it, and
>>did not know the name of the product. It worked GREAT, do you have any
>>idea what this is and where i can get it?

>This sounds like something that I bought 20 years ago and have used to
>polish a silver clarinet. It is called NEVR-DULL magic wadding. The
>can says

>"Non-Poisonous, will not scratch the most delicate surface. /
>Manufactured by / The George Basch Co. / Freeport N.Y. 11520 / Made in
>U.S.A. / Beware of imitations (c) 1941" The zip code seems to imply
>that the company was in business in 1970 or so. I think I have seen
>building maintenance types using something similar polishing brass in
>office buildings. Hope this helps.

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