As this topic has kind of run its course I'll throw in another
I have, as is my way, gone another route. I have in the past bought
the very finest clear lacquer I could afford.
Then cut it to water thin and gently air brush the work. The lacquer
appears to be absorbed into the oxides and or sulfides. It seals
up. There is little change in color and I feel it is more stable
then wax. You will need a little spray booth and ventilation. Food for
Thank you, Bill, Deborah, Michele & Sarah
Reactive Metals Studio, Inc.
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