Brushed Brass

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Brushed Brass

The Brushed Brass finish by Lamberti Design gives an airline aspect to the metal surface, which is a more uniform satin finish compared to the cloudy one. The difference is due to the brushing processes: unidirectional in the first case and multidirectional in the second one. The Brushed Brass finish is the result of artisanal processes using abrasive papers, sponges and cloths. Numerous inspections and controls are carried out to guarantee and “standardize” the quality of the final products. At the end, a protective clear coat is applied. Brass is a copper-zinc alloy; it shows a good resistance to corrosion, and is able to form different types of oxides, which tend to darken over time.

This finish is for indoor applications. If applied outdoor the exposure to atmospheric agents could cause chromatic variations. When placed in a highly humid environment (yachts, boats, baths…) we recommend using a polished brass finish, which is most resistant to corrosion. However, green oxide formation may occur over time, especially if the objects are not properly dried.
The environmental conditions, the geometry and the shape of the products, combined with the artisanal processes, make the final pieces unique; in fact, any chromatic variations on the final object compared to photos and samples received, are intrinsic characteristics of the process and not manufacturing defects.

Care and cleaning instructions of metals
Liquids can stain any metal surfaces, therefore we recommend cleaning with a soft slightly damp cloth, and then following using a soft, dry cloth. Do not use abrasive materials, aggressive detergents, acetone, solvents and alcohol.