Decorative adhesive lead
this lead is glued on a glass plate to mimic the traditional leaded glass The adhesive side is covered with a film of paper: you will have to remove it as you stick to the glass it is recommended to glue lead on both sides of the glass When the lead profile comes into contact with the atmosphere, the surface gradually oxidizes to form a natural protective film called patina. During the initial stages of the patina the lead may appear to come in different colors such as blue, bronze, gold and green.But also when the lead comes into contact with moisture (rain or condensation), it may appear white deposits powdery, which in wet weather can flow on the glass. Gradually, however, these disappear and the final gray patina is set up. The time required to complete this cycle may vary depending on the purity of the lead, location, time of year, environment, weather conditions and impurities in the air.