How Do You Clean A Copper Roof Without Removing The Finish?

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Posted Glen Moore edited answer

How Do You Clean A Copper Roof Without Removing The Finish?

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Glen Moore Glen Moore edited answer

To tell the truth, we clean with simple water mixed with detergent for dishes. Indeed, you must be careful will such surfaces, it is very easy to damage them. Especially the sponge that you use and fabrics must be very smooth. Honestly, when we made our roof, we selected a proven, durable material from https://www.rooferinct.net/roofing-contractors-hartford-ct but anyway, I am afraid not to damage it and take care of it. But really the substances for cleaning are different for various types of roofs.

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Benjamin

Just use good quality chemicals, if we are talking about ordinary dirt. If you are not confident in their abilities or do not know for sure what chemistry you choose, it is better to order roofing services, I think so you can save money and time, and do not turn the surface of the copper roof, the most important thing

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Copper develops a protective light green patina over time when it is left outside. This is why the Statue of Liberty, for example, is green rather than bright copper in color. The patina is extremely important for outdoor copper items like statuary and roofs, but it does not necessarily protect from the general dirt and grime that builds up on any roof over time. When you clean your copper roof, use natural ingredients that will not destroy the patina as they remove the buildup and gunk. Mix your cleaning solution. Use three parts lemon juice to one part coarse salt. This means if you use six cups of lemon juice, you will need two cups of coarse salt. As you may imagine, if your entire roof is copper, then you will need more than one batch. Sweep off your roof. Get rid of as many leaves and as much loose debris as possible before you start scrubbing. Otherwise you will just create a muddy, lemony mess. Scrub your roof with the lemon cleaning solution. The salt will remove grime but wil

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