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So I will be getting bronze watch this year to add to my collection.
Many have said let the natural patina take over, but really I like the shiny bronze look.
How do I lock that in, any ideas on products to do that?
 

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Well, there are laquers but they are best applied in factory. Then the look will be a bit plastic. To be honest, your better off with a gold or brass pvd plating, which would defeat then purpose. I do apply Butcher's Bowling Alley wax to mine but after patina is where I want it.
It simply protects clothing from the oxide.
 

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at home sealing would be tough. cleaning though is easy--use hagerty polish cream. you should be able to buy it at amazon if you cannot find it in a store.
 

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I've worked with copper in the past and sealed it with lacquer as mentioned above. Not sure how you would do that with a watch though. I'd take pratt's advise and just keep cleaning/polishing it to keep the patina from forming.
 
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