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Coating a copper cooktop hood

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I have fabricated a copper hood to use over a cooktop. What can I use to coat the surface to prevent tarnishing?

Roger Louden
- Burlington, Kentucky, USA

July 1, 2008

Hi, Roger. You can use a brass lacquer [linked by editor to product info at Amazon] or a one-component clearcoat. The brass lacquer can be easily removed with lacquer thinner [linked by editor to product info at Amazon] periodically and restored.


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