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As architectural ironmongers, at More Handles we are often asked about how to prevent marine corrosion, rust, and atmospheric pitting in door handles and other door furniture.

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By their nature, door handles, door knobs, pull handles and push plates, bell pushes and letter plates must be used on the exterior of a house or other building. In seaside towns and cities, marine corrosion can take a terrible toll on these products. So, how to battle this form of corrosion? As with many things, prevention is better than a cure. When a customer asked what steps they can take to avoid salt-spray corrosion, we would tell them to choose their door furniture based on what materials are resistant to sea corrosion


Lets take a look at some basic rules to remember when choosing door handles for use outside by the sea. 

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles Technical Guides Series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we are asking: Solid Brass Vs. Zamak - Does Base Metal material make any difference when choosing door handles? Lets find out!

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