When you customize copper items - your faucet, sink, range hood, or bathtub - you'll want to make it last.
Copper Finish - "Living" or "Sealed"
In most cases, we recommend the "living" finish, which will allow the copper surface to develop an uninhibited patina that is completely unique to you. With a natural, "living" finish, copper will develop its own unique patina over time. It will look all the better if you protect it from harsh chemicals and perform some simple routine cleaning.
We do offer clear-coat gloss and matte finishes. These will preserve the original look of the copper pieces and protect against some wear, meaning all but the worst tarnishing will require only warm water and a mild detergent to clean it.
Please check the back of the samples to check if the finish is "living" or "sealed".