Salty-Scrub To Clean Tarnished Copper Cookware

It’s well-known that any trade market cleaning product often contains chemicals, and lately, most Americans avoid the use of harsh chemicals and opt for a clean and eco-friendly environment.

How? Well, they use natural ingredients in cleaning everything around and inside the house, because the acidic and non-acidic properties of natural ingredients have the ability in removing any dirt, residue and bacteria from any surface.  

Copper is found in many household items, and, over time, the air will cause the metal to tarnish. A tarnished copper pot isn’t something that you want to use and see when you cook dinner.

So, learn how to clean copper cookware naturally:

You need:

  • dish soap
  • warm water
  • plastic sponge
  • lemon
  • salt
  • lint-free cloth

Cleaning cooper procedure:

The first thing you should do is to fill the sink with warm water and add some dish soap in it. Tap the water well with your hand until foam appears.

Now, just soak the copper item in the foamy water (it has to be completely under water) and let it soak overnight. The next day all food residues, including burnt food, will be removed from the pot.

The second step is to clean tarnished cooper with the half of a lemon dipped in salt. Rub the surface thoroughly with it, and then clean it under the warm water jet. Use the lint-free cloth to make the copper item shine. You will see how after a fine scrub the entire copper surface is cleaned.  

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