A friend of mine is planning some rehab work on his house which has some copper details. He’s located a place that can sell him replacement pieces but wants to try and match the patina of the existing copper rather then let it age naturally. I thought I remembered reading somewhere of a chemical you could treat the copper with that would cause it to get it’s green patina much faster. Is anyone familiar with this process?
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