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CAD703X
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Is copper supposed to be green?
I mean unless someone has 100 50gal barrels of twinkle and a giant brush on a crane the statue of liberty will never be shiny.

Metal awnings on my house turn green and so did my copper teapot but I clean the teapot.


Kujo
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Chinese copper


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TigersBucs
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
It happens naturally by oxidation.


GetBackToWork
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
You realize that's how it is supposed to look.


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Topwater Trout
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Patina


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BRgetthenet
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
This is not a CAD=GOAT quality thread


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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
copper oxidizes green, but it can be treated and it won't change color as quickly.


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OneMoreTime
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Are you serious?


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Geauxld Finger
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
The patina looks great as a fixture on a house. It does not however translate well to use in cookware. But yea copper in the outdoor setting is supposed to patina


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WPBTiger
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
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It happens naturally by oxidation.




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Passing Wind
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Wow...


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Tchefuncte Tiger
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Oxidation. Leave a penny in the elements and see what happens.
This post was edited on 4/19 at 8:19 am


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Anonymous95
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Image: http://riograndeblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Statue-of-Liberty1.png


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CAD703X

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Location: Liberty Island
This post was edited on 4/19 at 8:29 am


CaptainsWafer
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Do you even Statue of Liberty bro?


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djangochained
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Yes with time


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CAD703X
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
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This is not a CAD=GOAT quality thread
well sure it is


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CAD703X
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
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happens naturally by oxidation.
thanks captain obvious.That wasn't my question


EastNastySwag
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Somebody flunked chemistry in high school.


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DoUrden
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
Anyone else think it would be cool to see the Statue of Liberty after a Brasso session?


slackster
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re: Is copper supposed to be green?
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hanks captain obvious.That wasn't my question






What is your question? Copper is, well, copper colored until it oxidizes. It is supposed to be copper colored until it is changed with oxidation.


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