September 26, 2004

Entry Level

Joe G, guest blogging at Deans World, linked to this essay, but missed the sociopolitical significance of it. Any job, even the lowliest, has something to teach a person who is looking to learn and advance himself.

Posted by triticale at September 26, 2004 07:16 PM

And the Essay's right, well, it falls short, but it's right. The combination of salt and just about ANY acid will clean copper VERY effectively. Lemon Juice is nother good one to use -- the combination of the citric acid and the salt reacts to form a mild sulfuric acid that works great. I know this from cleaning the copper mantle on a fireplace in a duplex my wife and I rented, we were going to get the entire deposit, by God!

Posted by: Brian B at September 27, 2004 06:53 PM
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