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Cleaning Corroded Salt Shakers?

What do you use to clean corroded salt shakers?

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August 23, 20150 found this helpful

Answer depends upon what the shakers are made from.

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February 4, 20170 found this helpful

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July 17, 20162 found this helpful

To clean sterling or plate shaker tops that have been corroded with salt, pour a small amount of ammonia into a little covered container and drop the tops in. Wait about 5 minutes or so and check them - if they aren't clean, continue to soak checking in 5 minute intervals. If they aren't significantly less corroded at the 30 minute mark, either toss them or call an expert (check for one at larger antique stores).

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