Restore It Yourself, Inc. manufacturers and distributes earth-friendly restoration, cleaning, polishing and protective products designed for home, commercial and industrial applications. Many of our products have been developed over years of research and field testing for quality and effectiveness. Restore It Yourself ships products to consumers and businesses worldwide. Find out more about Restore It Yourself at www.restoreityourselfproducts.com or call (760) 804-3778 M-F 8am-5pm Pacific Time.
Southern California Bronze Company
Southern California Bronze Company remains one of the largest architectural signage distributors in the Western United States. In the 1990's alone, we have been involved with the design, distribution and installation of over 2500 different architectural sign projects. We work with specialized manufacturers including the largest bronze foundry in the world, Matthews Bronze, Cast Bronze, and Gemini Incorporated, the largest manufacturer of dimensional architectural letters. Our 50+ years of experience has given us the insight into creating architectural signage of every description. We design and create these pieces utilizing a variety of metals and substrates including bronze, aluminum, stainless steel, zinc, hardwoods and glass. These materials are then cast, etched or machine cut to exact specifications. Our in-house graphics department will take your ideas and create design options for your consideration.
Patina Chemicals, Mold Making and Casting Materials, and Finishing Products
Finishing.com is the home page of the finishing industry ® -- a place for people with an interest in metal finishing & the allied surface finishing arts to get information, secure business, have some fun, and enjoy the camaraderie of their peers from around the world. Finishing.com has been continuously on line since February 1989, starting as a dial-up BBS. Extracts from Hotline-Letters page were printed monthly in Metal Finishing magazine (an Elsevier Science publication) as the "Heard On the Hotline" column for over 10 years. In April of 1995, finishing.com became the first www service for the finishing industry.