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Light 36 Gauge Copper Sheets
for Bar Tops, Countertops, Tables, Furniture & more!

Distressed Patina Copper Sheet (Dark) - Light 36 Gauge

  • Distressed Patina Copper Sheet (Dark) - Light 36 Gauge
Price:
$97.99


Product Description

A steady, consistent pattern of dark scorch marks scattered throughout a dark bronze tinted backdrop.

Authentic, Naturally Aged Copper Sheets, Exotic Beauty. Our Copper is "REAL" and not painted or stained! It amazes us each time we see sheets of pure, lustrous, machined copper transformed. Magic!

Thickness Each patina copper sheet is .005" thick (36 gauge). A color copper patina sheet is very durable; it will not tear by hand, but can easily be cut with scissors or a new utility knife. If you take a foot-long sheet of aluminum foil and fold it five times, you will have an idea of how thick a copper sheet is.
Size Our Dark Distressed Patina Copper Sheet - Light 36 Gauge comes in a standard 3 foot width and has varying lengths up to 16 feet.
Weight One 3' x 4' copper sheet has a weight of almost 3 lbs.
Adhering Color copper is easy to adhere to almost any surface using normal contact cement.
Surface
Protection
A one-time coat of lacquer is recommended to protect the copper for many years. We recommend purchasing our semi-gloss COPPERLAC lacquer. COPPERLAC is an air-dry lacquer, engineered to provide highly durable interior and exterior protection on color copper. For the highest level of protection for bar tops and countertops, we recommend a lacquer coating, followed by a self-leveling epoxy coating.
Examples View examples of our color copper sheets in use.
Sample Pack We offer a sample pack of our copper complete with all 20 copper colors.
Copper
Comparison
View our copper sheet comparison chart to find out which gauge copper you need for your project.

 

*New Copper Bar Top & Countertop Tutorial*

- Our new Video Tutorial will show you how to:

  • Make a copper bartop without a Bar Rail or a raised edge .
  • How to easily cut and fold the corner on all 4 sides.
  • How to pour the epoxy and pop air bubbles. Materials used (most can be purchased in our Tools & Supplies section:
  • DAP/Original Formula Contact Cement
  • Small Fiskars scissors (sold in craft stores)
  • Laminate Roller
  • COPPERLAC lacquer
  • Commercial Epoxy
  • Heat Gun or Plumbers torch (both sold at Lowes and Home Depot for $20 (Please note that our copper sheet was lacquered before filming the video so you want to make sure you lacquer the copper sheet either before or after adhering it).

 


Copper Bar Top Tutorial 2

- Creating a Copper Bar Top with a bar rail using our Light 36 Gauge Copper with a lacquer base coat followed by a self-leveling epoxy coating.

Materials used (most can be purchased in our Tools & Supplies section:

  • Contact Cement
  • Paint Brush
  • Fiskars scissors (or a new utility knife)
  • Laminate Roller
  • COPPERLAC lacquer
  • Commercial Epoxy
  • Dowel Rods
  • Heat Gun.

 


Epoxy Tutorial Video

- This video shows you how to measure and mix the epoxy the correct way.

 


Cutting Light 36 Gauge Copper With A Utility Knife.

Using a new blade, a utility knife easily cuts through a 36 gauge copper sheet.

 


Cutting & Adhering Light 36 Gauge Copper to Wood Surface for a Kitchen Cabinet Door Insert.

Materials used:

  • Contact Cement
  • Small Sponge Roller
  • Fiskars Scissors (or a new utility knife)
  • Laminate Roller

 


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Product Reviews

  • Fireplace Surround

    Posted by Pete Silerno

    I needed a non-flammable fireplace surround. The light gauge color copper sheeting provided a perfect "veneer" which I applied over 1/4" dry wall. It looks great, and was much less expensive than the alternatives.


  • Can't wait to use again!

    Posted by Denise

    This was our first time working with copper, and found it unbelievably easy to work with! We wanted a more irregular patina on the copper, (originally 36 gauge 'Distressed Patina, Dark') so we wiped some vinegar and salt on it to make it blotchier. We are quite happy with the outcome! We are ready to use more copper in future projects, including the kitchen island, which we are going to build next!


  • Couldn't have been easier!

    Posted by Nick

    I purchased an old beat up house and am slowly restoring it. This was very easy to install. What made me want to purchase from you were the videos on your website; they were a great tool for me to use. This Copper Backsplash works well with a copper sink I have in my center island and is a lot easier to clean sauce or grease off vs the rocks backsplash.



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