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Bronze is a metal alloy made up of different metals but comprised mostly of copper. Each of our bronze sinks come with a beautifully aged patina that will make your sink easy to care for. Bronze patina is a rich, hand-rubbed bronze finish with both highlights and lowlights.
General Care and Cleaning
To clean a sink with a bronze patina finish, simply rinse with a mild soap and water and wipe dry with a soft cloth. Avoid using any harsh chemical cleaners or abrasives.
Standing water will not only leave water spots, but it can damage the finish of the sink if left for long periods of time. If you have hard water, mix a heavy solution of water softener and hot water and apply with a cloth. Always dry the sink with a soft cloth after cleaning and wipe up any standing water after use.
We do not recommend polishing a bronze patina sink. Using a polish, abrasives or vigorous scrubbing can strip the hand-rubbed finish.
Applying a thin coat of clear wax, such as Johnson’s Clear Paste Wax®, every 1 to 3 months can help protect the sink against water spots and retain its luster. Apply wax with a soft cloth until it is coated inside and out, but not so thick that it is visible. Allow to air dry.