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12/6/2007

Green Patina Finish

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Patina Green solution, from Birchwood Casey, produces a Verdi green patina finish on copper, brass and bronze surfaces.

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Patina Green solution, from Birchwood Casey, produces a Verdi green patina finish on copper, brass and bronze surfaces. The solution is applicable on light fixtures, cabinet hardware, cast bronze sculpture, and architectural elements such as roof shingles, fascia, window and door frames.

The Patina Green liquid forms a mixture of several different copper compounds on the metal surface, similar to that formed through the natural aging and oxidation in outdoor weathering conditions. Depending on your technique, there are two different types of finishes achievable—bright, or mint green finishes or more muted tones.

 

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