is Bronze good for statues?
is a metal alloy whose chemical combination makes it a suitable material for
making statues. It is highly durable and has therefore been extensively used to
make long-lasting statues and sculptures. Artisans are able to create fine
details and carvings on its surface and the Reddish-Gold color of Bronze adds
exquisite beauty. Bronze is even considered better than copper because it can
withstand harsh weather conditions and requires minimum care and maintenance.
do you maintain a Bronze statue?
Since Bronze is a metal alloy
that is harder than any other metal or alloy, it requires minimum care and
maintenance. But Bronze statues and sculptures tend to lose their shine when
not properly taken care of.
keeping the statue in an area where there is direct reach of sunlight.
** Cleaning the statue at least once
a week with a dry cloth is necessary in order to avoid the accumulation of
the statue with coconut oil using a clean cloth to retain its natural color and
Q3. What is Bronze?
is an alloy traditionally composed of copper and tin. Modern bronze is
typically 88 percent copper and about 12 percent tin. Bronze is of exceptional
historical interest and still finds wide applications. Sometimes with other
elements such as phosphorus or aluminum added in. It has largely been used for
sculpture, and a multitude of miscellaneous purposes including plumbing,
ammunition, electrical connectors, and bells. Bronze is the hardest of copper
& brass. Bronze is naturally resistant to corrosion due to oxidation, which
is why it is often used to manufacture items that are exposed to the elements
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