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Vest 10 month s ago
#18 would it actually be possible to restore the original color or is it too late for that? and how expensive would such work be?
       
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Onnie 10 month s ago
Vest,

https://www.howtocleanstuff.net/how-to-clean-antique-copper-and-bronze/
       
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Vanessa 10 month s ago
Vest,

Yes, it can be cleaned but...

The patina that has formed actually protects the copper. Probably best to leave it alone- it will eventually turn green again.

Would be extremely expensive to clean- scaffolding, collection of the runoff chemicals.
       
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Sullivan 10 month s ago
Vanessa,
And once it gets through the brown stage the green is actually an attractive look.
       
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Valeri 10 month s ago
Sullivan, yes. It's known as "verdigris", and is an example of artistic expression.
       
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Sullivan 10 month s ago
#21 and they created it by accident good
       
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Sheila 10 month s ago
#46 PUT IT DOWN BEFORE IT KILLS SOMEONE!!! And don't try to tell me it's a sweet little couch potato that wouldn't hurt a fly. My sister had to get 46 stitches IN HER FACE because of a "sweet" dog a fraction of this size, that went off with NO warning. It almost took her upper lip off and she's scarred for life, in more ways than are visible! Keeping a dangerous vicious animal like THIS is criminally irresponsible!!!
       
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Sue 10 month s ago
Sheila, fear monger.
       
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Sheila 10 month s ago
Sue, um...did you not SEE this dog? Fear is TOTALLY JUSTIFIED!
       
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Jeanne 10 month s ago
#49 is from a national geographic magazine from the 90's. I had this one.
       
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Tabitha 3 hours ago
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