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You guys make think this is a strange one: In my apartment, I have brass switch plates that have a beautiful patina on them. I need to install some new switch plates, and I wonder if any of you know how I can cause the new (and untreated) brass switch plates to tarnish. Is there a chemical or process I can use to quicken the aging process for brass? Thanks. Philip Galanes
- NY, New York
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