I made a copper bead bracelet and I heard (somewhere) that this bracelet needs a finishing coat of something so that your wrist doesn't turn colors. Is there a wax or coating of some chemical that I should be using? I appreciate any help at all! Thanks!
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Working with copper components for the first time and copper colored (headpins, rondelles,etc). How will they hold up to wear? Do I need to preserve them somehow? Thanks
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