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How do I protect copper in both interior and exterior use?

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How do I seal copper for interior and exterior use?

Richard J. Manchester
- Melbourne Village, Florida, USA


July 3, 2008

Hi, Richard. This question has been answered several times if you can catch some luck with our search engine. But brass lacquer [linked by editor to product info at Amazon] or a clearcoat can be appropriate, and if you can precede it with a corrosion inhibitor for copper like benzotriazole it should be good outdoors.

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Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
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Pine Beach, New Jersey



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