How to Darken Copper?


You can darken copper by exposure to the natural elements or using sulfur which will cause oxidation thus darkening. You can also use green or brown patina. You can get more tips at .
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How to Darken Copper
Copper is a bronze-colored metal that usually has a shiny and bright finish when it is new. If copper is left to weather naturally, it will eventually darken and form a green patina. If you do not have the time to wait for the copper to age naturally and... More »
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