StevenB Posted May 14, 2016 Report Share Posted May 14, 2016 I've got a customer (a Physiotherapist) that has a brass plaque on the wall outside his premises. Being right next to the sea, it has tarnished badly in the salt air & he is after a new one, but ideally in a solid material that is more resilient. Disregarding all laminate materials, is there any solid metal that will stand up to the environment better? I've had a look at the materials on the engravamet website & am wondering whether anodised aluminium or phosphor bronze would do the trick. I've never used either of these materials so would welcome the opinions of those that have. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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