In this article, we have provided some of the best ways for cleaning copper items. Read on further and know how to clean copper pots & coins.

How To Clean Copper

Copper, whether it is used for making pots or belongs to some old coins, always turns dark and dull after sometime. Though some people like the old and worn down look that copper coins gain after sometime, others prefer them to be shining throughout. Talking about copper pots, they tend to blacken with use and lose all their appeal. Cleaning of copper items does not require much time and effort, provided you make use of the proper procedure. In the following lines, we will tell you the best ways for cleaning copper. Just follow them for cleaning your copper items and have them shining again in no time at all!
Copper Pots
  • Take a lemon and cut it into half. Put some salt on the inner side of one half and rub it on the stained areas of the copper pot. After the stains get removed totally, rinse with water.
  • Squeeze a lemon and add some salt to the lemon juice. Using a soft cloth, rub the mixture on the pot. Thereafter, rinse it with warm water and dry with a soft towel.
  • Fill your sink with water and add some soap to it. Make foam and put your copper pots in it. Let the pots soak in the water overnight. The next morning, wash them with a soft cloth and warm, soapy water.
  • Boil some water and add some salt and vinegar to it. Place the pot in this water and let it boil for sometime. Thereafter, take out the pot and wash with warm water and soap. Finally, rinse it and dry with a soft towel. 
Copper Coins
  • Take a small container and put some salt on it, the amount depending upon the number of coins you intend to clean.
  • Now add some vinegar to the salt, enough to soak all of the salt.
  • Take a toothbrush and put some of this mixture on it.
  • Now, scrub the coins with the toothbrush.
  • In case the coins are badly stained, you can soak them overnight in the salt and vinegar solution.
  • Another option is to wet your coins and using a toothbrush, rub baking soda on the surface.

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