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If you’re looking for a unique and special gift then take a closer look at Ed Hill’s Metal Art. You will discover several designs that are the product of much work and creative thought. They have been inspired and handmade in the heart of the beautiful South Hams. The ideas are developed by studying photos, cardboard modelling, clay sculpting and metal prototyping. They have striking realism that will make a statement in any home or garden. On closer inspection you will see they are made from recycled cutlery and metal. Look for the special or hidden details of this in each piece. The repurposed metal shines with a spirit of renewal and honours that which it reflects. The sculptures catch and play with the light throughout the day and bring life to a dark or otherwise uninteresting part of the garden.
You may decide to display it indoors, in which case please see one of the options I have above.
Use a bathroom cleaner for example ‘Cif’ or equivalent and
Use a polish designed for cleaning and protecting
stainless steel, such as ‘Peek Polish’.
Place in the dishwasher if it is small enough and is
entirely cutlery based.
Oil it with WD40, Vaseline or equivalent.
If you live close to the sea and the air is
particularly corrosive then lacquer your sculpture if oiling is not providing
Avoid placing your sculpture under hard or acid water
fountains, as this can be corrosive to the cutlery.
Avoid wetting your sculpture if it has bike chain as
this will rust – This is only used on sculptures specified as ‘indoor
For ‘Iridescent Color Steel’
Clean with warm soapy water and non-abrasive material
Damp the surface before wiping to soften any debris
Carefully remove any grit before wiping the surface so
not to scratch the surface when cleaning
Avoid cleaning with abrasive materials or cleaners as
these will permanently scratch the surface.
Avoid placing your sculpture under hard or acid water/fountains,
as this permanently damage the surface