We believe the time is long overdue to shed more light on copper’s greatest superpower, its ability to kill germs and viruses on contact.
One of the major reasons why people adore copper sinks and bathtubs is because of their beautiful look; however, there are many other reasons why you should consider your sinks and bathtubs to be made of copper.
The fact is, copper is a living element. A copper sink will change tones, depending on how you're using it and how well you're caring for the finish.
If you're looking into remodeling the kitchen, you've likely heard the term “farmhouse sink”. This sounds like it might be referring to color or even texture. Maybe a sink basin made of wood or wood-colored. It actually refers to a style of sink that has a deep basin that is also wide.
We can make almost anything you can imagine! Because all of our copper sinks are hand-made, it is relatively simple to make a custom sink for you.
Known as verdigris, this green pigment happens to copper, brass, and bronze when it’s exposed to seawater or salt air at the time of weathering.
People have different preferences when it comes to copper tones. For those who pay close attention to color variations and want to “fix” their copper sink of these variations whether man-made or natural, here you will find useful information and directions to guide you through do-it-yourself methods for correcting unwanted copper patina colors.
The beauty of your hand hammered copper sink is in its organic qualities. Copper is a metal that changes and evolves with time as it reacts with various elements and as it ages it becomes even more beautiful. Your sink is a unique, living and functional work of art. By following a few simple steps you can maintain it’s beauty for years to come.
Santa Clara Del Cobre is a lively and passionate little town known for its copper craft and the highest quality copper goods available. The town is located about a 20 to 25-minute drive into the mountains from Patzcuaro, Michoacan.
Has MRSA Met its Match?
-Monday, April 6, 2020
It is well known that frequently touched surfaces in hospitals especially but in other environments as well, serve as reservoirs for the spread of pathogenic microbes.