Oil rubbed bronze door knobs – “Bronze” is a general term use to describe aged bronze. Bronze usually dark in color and may have a coppery hue. This finish is designed for age naturally over time. The time in which the final bronze ages depends on your location and how it is use. Doorknobs can vary in materials and styles. One of them is oil rubbed bronze door knobs.
While the instructions to clean oil rubbed bronze door knobs, starting with combine 1 part sodium hexametaphosphate powder with 10 parts distilled water. Sodium hexametaphosphate is commonly use in commercial water softening and lime removal products. Stir until the powder dissolves. Remove any easily removable stained hard water, oil-rubbed bronze fittings. Immerse these door knobs in the solution.
Leave the solution for several minutes then scrub the calcareous residue with a soft bristle brush or a toothbrush. Rinse the oil rubbed bronze door knobs in distilled water. After that, with a towel to pat dry. Apply a layer of wax to protect the bronze element from future water stains. Collect a gob of microcrystalline wax on a lint-free cloth and spread over the surface of the bronze. Allow the wax to dry. Add additional layers from one to three.