A material that reproduces the effect of oxidized metal
Oxide Metal is real metal in paste form that can be oxidized to achieve a highly textured finish that closely resembles real weathered metal
Oxide Metal is a real metal in paste form. It’s applied using a brush, roller, or trowel and then oxidized with an activator for a highly textured finish that resembles weathered metal. The Iron version appears as dark grey and turns rusty red when oxidized, while the Copper version has a browny red hue that turns verdigris green after oxidization. The oxidizing accelerator can be used with various tools for a range of textures and effects.
This material has the advantage of being able to be applied to various vertical surfaces, including decorative objects made of pottery, plastic, wood, or metal (after treating them with a strong adhesion primer like Stucco Italiano’s Primer Q).
Iron starts as a dark grey and turns rust-red upon oxidation, while Copper is initially reddish-brown and transforms into verdigris green after oxidation.