Do you want to Keep Your Beautiful Copper in your Kitchen Looking Shiny and New?
Copper Counters, Copper Sinks, Copper Backsplashes and Copper Hardware can be easily maintained to prevent waterspots, smudges and tarnish. Copper must be protected to prevent water spots, grease spots, tarnish and oxidation.
Copper in a kitchen is gorgeous but can be frustrating to keep up. Water spots can be a real problem and take away from the beauty of the metal. Polishing constantly is frustrating.
ProtectaClear is a clear, tough, protective coating that is easy to apply but is tough enough to protect copper sinks, counter-tops, back-splashes and copper hoods. Dries quickly, leaving your copper looking just polished and new. ProtectaClear is food-safe once it is cured.
If your copper is already tarnished, polish first with copper polish to the desired glow then apply ProtectaClear to keep the copper looking freshly polished.
Stop tarnish and oxidation and Enjoy the Beauty.
What do I need to protect my Copper Kitchen?
Does the copper need polishing? ProtectaClear Kit with Maas Polish.Includes ProtectaClear and Maas Polish that does not need neutralizing.
Want to use your own Polish? ProtectaClear Trial Kit includes ProtectaClear and EZ-Prep Neutralizer for use with acid based polishes.
Neutralize & Coat about 25 SF.
New Copper? Need just ProtectaClear?Available in various size cans.
"I wanted to thank you for all your help and guidance in solving my copper sink problem. We have hard water in our area and as soon as we started using the sink, the water left permanent stains, removable only with copper cleaner. So we basically had a beautiful sink that was great to look at, but we couldn't get it wet! I researched and tried a host of different waxes to no avail. I even wrote to the big guys, Krylon and RustOleum but they had no real solution.
The ProtectaClear product really works and the customer service was superior. I felt like you guys were in the gallery cheering me on. Thanks for all your help. Feel free to post this letter on your web site- I bet there are bunch of people out there with the same problem." Paul Coller