Hammered Copper Sink


Can bartender's best friend ruin my sink?

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One of my friends recommended me a product called bartender’s best friend to make my faucet extra shiny, upon cleaning the ring where the water flows and where you stop the water after cleaning it looks like it took a copper tint instead of shiny silver with scratches. It looks awful now and I hope my landlord will not charge me for that as I am cleaning to move out and get the home inspected. I am not sure if the ring was already like that of if this product is abrasive? do landlords charge for something like ruining the sink ring?

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January 29th, 2011 at 3:49 am

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  1. I doubt very much that you have fundamentally harmed the sink. Also the detail you are concerned with might be appropriate for a very high end rental or where you were living in someones home while they were out, but may not be a concern for a common rental. Often such scratches will show up after the chrome (or brass) is cleaned or polished. They were there all the time. You just did not notice them with the build up on it.

    Breath on the wind

    29 Jan 11 at 3:49 am

  2. The product is excellent. If your seeing copper, then it’s probably brass. Faucets are made of brass, and then plated with chrome or other finishes. If "Bartenders Best Friend" made the brass show through, then your landlord bought the cheapest faucet he could find.

    shawnd518

    29 Jan 11 at 3:49 am

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