mild abrasive

mild abrasive

[′mīld ə′brā·siv]
(materials)
An abrasive material, such as chalk or talc, having a hardness of 1-2 on Mohs scale; used in silver polishes and window cleaners.
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area, he's quick to suggest great remedies and haute new trends for maintaining a healthy mouth and perfect smile such as, coconut oil for the gums and muddled strawberries with baking soda as a mild abrasive and gentle acidic for the teeth.
You need a cleaner with a mild abrasive or a normal cleaner but use it with one of those sponge's with a green scourer.
A: Fire lapping is a process where a bullets are treated with a mild abrasive and then fired down the bore to smooth-up rough spots in the rifling.
The mild abrasive in the paste should blend the scratches away.
Simply mix some lemon juice with salt to create a paste-like consistency, dab on to a swab and use as a mild abrasive to restore your copper to as-new condition
10 TABLE salt works as a mild disinfectant and a mild abrasive mixed to a paste.
CERAMIC SMOOTH-TOP RANGES: Use trusted, mild abrasive BAR KEEPERS FRIEND to remove pot and pan marks, food spills, coffee, and tea stains.
The company is also introducing a mild abrasive on Vicotex materials to target the personal care market, with wet wipe products to cleanse or remove makeup, and the household cleaning markets, with wipes to scrub bathroom or kitchen counters.
In an effort to restore the Civil War artifacts, the tarnished and corroded cannons were cleaned with a pressure washing of baking soda, and polished with a mild abrasive.
The products normally contain silica which has a mild abrasive action and can literally scrub the stains off, without damaging teeth.
You can also clean up gloss paintwork by polishing with a colour restorer - the mild abrasive sold for restoring car paintwork.
I would also say some kind of mild abrasive in the toothpaste helps clean the teeth and may help them appear a little whiter.