A guide for mixing white bronze and brass effect mixers

A guide for mixing white bronze and brass effect mixers - mixing, voltages and applications

The table below provides a quick reference to help you decide which mixer you should combine with which base and the correct voltage and electrode you should use.
Please refer also to the 'Tech Specs' tab of the tabbed panel on each product's product page.

A guide for mixing white bronze and brass effect mixers

Plating Solution Type of mixer and base solution Ration of mixer To base solution Volts How it’s used and tips on application Electrode
White bronze White Bronze Mixer/Copper Brush Plating Solution. Leave to stand for 15 minutes before using. Use within 24 hours. 2 1 3 – 3.5 Can be used as a low-cost, tarnish resistant alternative to silver plate. As an undercoat when plating on to copper and its alloys, tin and its alloys, including solder. As an undercoat when black chrome plating on to copper. Suitable power source: MF Rectifier Mk II Stainless Steel
A shade of gold that resembles freshly polished brass Brass Effect Gold Mixer/K-Gold 1 10 2 Used to recreate the shade of freshly polished brass. Can be used to recreate some shades of Ormolu. Carbon

3 responses to “A guide for mixing white bronze and brass effect mixers”

  1. Just used the brass effect gold mixer to match a chrome plastic flush plate to a brushed finished brass shower head. I brushed polished the flush plate after chrome stripping it and then using 10ml K-Gold to 1ml Brass effect mixer the finish matched perfectly. I used a flat platinum electrode at 3 volts.

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