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Old 15-01-2014, 15:50   #1
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Galley stove heat shield

Help! My heat shield that goes under and up the sides of the stove is made of brass/copper/bronze? and it corodes and makes a horrible yellow color. The corossion was helped by my sink flooding salt water onto it while leaning on the wind. Should I change to stainless steel or can I clean the old one up? I would like to know from someone with experience with copper/brass stove heat shields. Thanks in advance! If you need pictures just ask
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