Copper sheet to cover a window sill?
The window sill in our kitchen bay window, stained wood, probably plywood, got damaged from water used for plants displayed on the sill. I thought I might cover the sill with sheet copper, which comes in 12 inch widths. Since the sill is 11 inches deep, that leaves one inch to tuck under the plywood for a nice neat look.
Is this a job for an inexperienced DIY guy? What kinds of tools do I need, and what should I look out for? If it's too complicated for me to do, how can I find a craftsperson to do it? Once the copper is installed, how should I care for it?
Thanks for your help.