Super Brite Copper Patina For Solder - 8 Oz

$7.95 USD
Item# 5506
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Give your projects a rich finish with copper patina. The specially formulated patina will create lustrous color on your solder that is fantastic for copper foil projects or to cover solder joints in copper came construction. It's premixed - just brush it on for a bright copper finish. 8 ounces.

Ginko leaf panel created by artist, Steen Gaut. Pattern from book 25 Pieces or Less.
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  • 8 ounces.

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Pros : Turns solder into bright copper quickly.
Cons : crystals form around the screw top over time that need to be wiped off.
Other Thoughts : After pouring onto your project or into a small bowl use a paper towel to wipe up any drips on the inside of the cap and around the opening of the bottle so crunchy crystals won't form and end up getting incorporated into your next patina project.
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Pros : Provides an option other than silver for solder seams. Is stunning with the right color combinations.
Cons : Not something I would want to use everyday. Required a few applications for something close to desired affect with some projects.
Other Thoughts : Will try other products in this line down the road.
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Pros : love the ease and consistency of color I achieve with this product
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