Bronze memorials, statues and plaques are designed to withstand the test of time. Unfortunately, the longevity of a bronze product also allows for years of corrosion, or tarnish. Tarnish, also known as patina on bronze products, is a thin layer of corrosion that forms over bronze and other similar metals as the outermost layer undergoes a chemical reaction. This is most commonly due to the effects of oxygen in the air. When this occurs, the bronze surface may be cleaned with a mild solution but the ability to restore the bronze back to its original appearance by this method is virtually impossible. Fortunately, our craftsmen have the ability to renew older bronze products back to their original form. We have refurbished bronze on family memorials, civic projects, signs, statues and historical plaques. Our ability to turn back the hands of time and restore the original appearance can be seen in the photographs below.