Light copper, also known as roofing copper or #3 copper is most commonly found as accent pieces on homes, buildings, and even inside of buildings. Many gutters on old homes and buildings were made of light copper because of how they accented the building.
Other places that you can find light copper? Copper pots and pans in kitchens are considered a light copper. Light copper has a little less copper inside of it, and that is why it is cheaper than copper pipes and bare bright wire.
Other places you will find light copper? Why don’t you tell us…so we don’t ruin all of the fun!
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