Posted November 06, 2018 06:31:15 A common problem that pet owners have with brass is rusting.
If your pet’s brass is getting dirty, it can cause some serious problems.
You should be careful and treat it accordingly.
The best way to clean your pet brass is to keep the brass cleaned with a mild soap and water solution.
If you use a mild detergent, you can also wash it in cold water and then pat dry it.
Brass rust can also occur from using the same soap and/or water solution for several years.
You can also use an acid soap and vinegar solution to remove the rust.
If using a dish soap and dish detergent solution, you may want to replace it every few years.
The only way to prevent rust is to take your pet to a local pet hospital or pet store to get the pet checked out and treated.
Brass is considered a highly flammable substance, so if you don’t treat it properly, it could be a fire hazard.
If a brass rod is not properly cleaned and disinfected before it’s put into a metal cleaning dish, the metal can get hot enough to burn your fingers and toes.
This can lead to burns that require immediate medical attention.
It’s also possible that a metal rod could be coated with rust.
This could be bad news if you’re allergic to brass.
Learn more about the metal cleaning process.