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Copper and brass weather-vanes are such a beautiful accent to your property. You love the warm glow of the metal on your roof. How do you keep the copper and brass from tarnishing and turning brown for years before the patina turns green? Taking the weather-vane down and polishing it is impractical.

EVERBRITE Protective Coating will prevent tarnish and corrosion on brass or copper weather-vanes. Also stop tarnish on your cupola, finial, copper gutters, sundial, mailboxes and more. Stop tarnish and oxidation and Enjoy the Beauty.

  • Excellent adhesion – Even to highly polished metal.
  • U.V. Protection and Anti-Oxidants for long lasting protection.
  • One-part coating – no mixing or waste.
  • Easy to apply and user-friendly.
  • Remain flexible – will not crack, chip or peel.
  • Self-annealing – blends to itself, making touchups easy.
  • Self Leveling – application is easy.
  • NOT a lacquer or a thick plastic coating which can detract from the beauty of the metal. EVERBRITE is very natural looking and will make the metal look like it is just polished.

Copper and Brass Weathervanes can look new for years Keep your weathervane looking new

Everbrite Protective Coating will seal and protect your weather-vane, cupola or finial from tarnish, oxidation, corrosion, salt air and other damaging elements.

Protected Weathervane mounted on roof.Copper and Brass Weathervanes protected with EverbriteCopper Balls coated with Everbrite and Everbrite canHere are the pictures I promised you. I have coated the weathervane twice and it looks great. I used my cast iron patio umbrella stand to hold the carousel horse upright while I was working on it and also for drying. You can even see my reflection in the brass ball that has been coated twice with Everbrite. Thanks, - Barbara Woodall
Used the Everbrite this afternoon to cover a copper weathervane. Hope to have the weathervane up on the garage roof soon. Thanks. Everbrite worked well and my next project with it will be a brass lamp. - Judith Parish
Copper Weathervane and cupola protected with EverbriteI coated a copper cupola roof and copper/brass weathervane in May 06. I messed-up the application the first time. I added multiple coats of Everbrite to the cupola roof and I didn not like the look. I followed your directions and removed the multiple coats of Everbrite and reapplied a single coat. It has been 6 weeks and I think the weathervane looks great. - Anonymous


1. If you want to protect your weathervane while it is still new and shiny, simply clean any oil or other contaminants from the the copper and brass. This can be done by wiping the metal with xylene (available at most hardware stores). This will insure a completely clean surface.

2. Once the metal is clean, EVERBRITE can be applied by several methods. It can be sprayed on or wiped on the surface with clear-coat applicators, natural hair brushes, polysponge brushes or a pad of lint-free cloth. Let it dry and enjoy your beautiful copper and brass weather vane.

If your weathervane is already brown and weathered, you can polish it back to bright copper or brass with copper or brass polishes and then protect the shine with Everbrite.  There are 4 basic steps: 1.Polish. 2.Neutralize. 3.Solvent wipe 4.Apply Everbrite. Then enjoy the beauty.