Finish oil rubbed bronze has a surface chemically dark that has the purpose of simulating Bronze Age. It is dark brown and usually can have a coppery tone to it. This coating is designed to age naturally over time. The span of time in which the Bronze Age finish rubbed oil depends on its position and how they are used. To refine and restore the luster and beauty of oil rubbed bronze, it needs to be cleaned with beeswax every few months.
Education to refining oil rubbed bronze: use warm water and a soft cloth to clean the surface of the oil rubbed bronze. Spread a thin layer of beeswax, with the hands, on the entire surface of a finishing product. The coating of beeswax will help to restore the gloss.
Buff coating of beeswax finishing press with a soft cloth in small circular motions, and then wipe the surface with a dry cloth. The small circular movements help the beeswax to iron out any abrasions and fill small cracks. Polishing is intended to wear down the abrasions that may have appeared in the course of time. Repeat this process every two or three months for the finish to retain oil rubbed bronze is luster.