fellow drummers, here is what you need to know about
cymbal care with Kick'n Brass®
- Newspaper (If needed
to protect a nice work surface)
- Terry cloth towel
- An old tooth brush,
- Kick'N Brass® Cymbal
- Put newspaper down
on the work surface for protection, if needed.
- Spray Kick’N Brass®
over the entire surface.
- Let it set and work
for 15 to 30 seconds. (For stubborn areas you may
need to repeat just on that area and rub with a
small piece of terry cloth or a small brush. (A
tooth brush will work.)
- Wipe dry with a
terry cloth towel, (Terry cloth is a must). Turn the
towel often until surface is dry and any haze that
appears is gone. Make sure that your drying towel
does not get too damp! (Heavy grooved cymbals will
require harder pressure to remove the haze.
Extremely heavy grooved cymbals may require a wipe
with a damp cloth before wiping dry.)
- Repeat on the other
- Lift the cymbal off
the work surface and wipe around the edges.
- That's all there is
to it. Your cymbal has now been cleaned with
an acidic base material that contains additives that
remove oxidation, dirt, and grease. When dried it
returns to a neutral pH and leaves a microscopic
layer of protectant.