Reproduction Victorian Brass Door hardware
Brass letter plates
Prices exclude vat
This polished brassware has been coated with lacquer and it
should not be cleaned with abrasive metal polish or the lacquer coating will be
The life of the coating can be prolonged by regular application of wax polish. However, particularly on exterior door furniture, when the coating has broken down due to atmospheric exposure all remaining traces must be removed. Lacquer may be removed with Paint Stripper or Acetone. The item will then be in a suitable state for cleaning, polishing and maintaining with products listed in this section. A coat of transparent lacquer can be applied only if desired as lacquered brass generally requires more vigorous cleaning after a longer period than non-lacquered brass which may need moderate attention but more frequently. All Brassware has a tendency to tarnish if not cared for periodically.
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