This page offers finish and maintenance advice for Carlisle Brass products only.
|Antique Steel||Bright Stainless Steel||Electro Brassed||Florentine Bronze||Galvanised|
|Gold Anodised||Ivory Crackle Glaze/Florentine Bronze||Midnight Blue Crackle/Polished Chrome||Nickle Plate||Pewter|
|Plain White/Polished Chrome||Plain White/Gold||Plain White/Polished Brass||Polished Brass||Polished Chrome|
|Polished Chrome/Satin Chrome||Polished Chrome/Satin Nickel||Polished Chrome/Stainless Steel||Polished Lacquered||PVD Stainless Brass|
|Satin Anodised Aluminium||Satin Brass||Satin Brass/Polished Brass||Satin Chrome||Satin Chrome/Polished Chrome|
|Satin Nickel||Satin Nickle/Polished Nickel||Satin Stainless Steel||Satin Stainless Steel/Polished Chrome||Satin Stainless Steel/Satin Chrome|
|Silver Anodised||Stainless Steel||Wood Walnut/Polished Brass||Zinc Plate|
Beeswax Finish Products - Internal Use Only
The combination of hand forged metal finished with wax. Due to the simplicity, the finish is essentially
everlasting as long as it is maintained correctly with a premium quality beeswax.
Black Antique Products
Iron in any form, whether cast or malleable, is susceptible to rusting. During our finishing process we make every effort to cover all areas of our Black Ironmongery with an epoxy powder coating.
Our products are protected by the most advanced lacquer available and under normal circumstances should give many years of service.
Our quality chrome products are virtually maintenance free although we recommend regular cleaning.
Pewter Effect Products
Our Pewter Effect finish is extremely durable both internally and externally.
Stainless Brass PVD
These products have an advanced vacuum treated process and we can offer a full 25 year replacement guarantee with the Exclusive Stainless Brass Finish.
Stainless Steels need to be cleaned for aesthetic considerations and to preserve corrosion resistance. Stainless steel is protected from corrosion by a thin layer of chromium oxide.
Stainless Steel Maintenance
All exposed stainless steel surfaces should be wiped over with a clean cloth and warm water with a mild detergent on a frequent and routine basis.