FAQ ABOUT BRONZE WATCHES
Should I need clean my bronze watch?
We recommend that youdo not remove the patina. lt acts as a natural protective layer for bronze. Clean the bronze parts carefully only if you discover unsightly marks.
Does bronze tarnish skin?
Bronze is an alloy that contains copper, which can oxidize when combined with moisture, creating patina. This reaction creates that green tint of copper carbonate on your skin after wearing a piece for awhile. This discoloration happens most often with rings, due to the close proximity of skin to the bronze.
Do bronze watches scratch easily?
Curiously, bronze is actually fairly scratch-resistant. Most stainless steel looks terrific when it's brand new, but we all know how those highly polished areas tend to show scratches and wear over time. Gold is soft and scratches and dents easily.
Does vinegar clean bronze?
The oldest and most famous means of cleaning copper, brass and bronze is vinegar. Here is the recipe for the natural cleaner: mix salt and flour in equal proportion and add as much vinegar as needed to prepare a thick paste.