How to repair a severly corroded pair of bronzed baby shoes?
They got corroded in hurricane Katrina and are very badly damaged with some parts unrecognizable. I'd like to get them to match as well as possible. There will have to be some rebuilding of the original design. Thanks!
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Dwt Hello,. I'd go to a craft store or call to see if they have kits or material you'll need, to bring the shoes back to life.
Hi DTW, I Googled how to bronze shoes and found this link. The only other way is to check first and bring the shoes to a jeweler who does this service to see what they advise.
How to Bronze Shoes: 10 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
I have a pair of my baby brother's bronzed shoes from probably 60 years ago. They were mounted on a plaque with an 8x10 frame. The frame has since been broken by negligence while in my mom's possession. Now they were given to me and I'd like to have them restored and mounted on whatever w/no frame attached because there is no longer a picture of him. Can anyone help me with this?
Someone suggested to take them to a jeweler and they may either do it or know who can.
Before google I cleaned my 65 year old baby shoes with a chemical cleaner copper cleaner they came out perfect. Now they are not so perfect being in storage for about 10 years. Did I ruin them.