Keeping Copper Bottom Cookware Clean?
Q: I just purchased some new Artisan copper bottomed cookware and I am wondering about the best way to clean the cookware to remove the tarnished and oxidized copper bottoms and get them back to their normal shiny copper look. Thanks in advance.
A: I used "Twinkle" copper cleaner/polish on our Revereware (I swear, I've no relation to the company--they just happened to pick my name). Running them through the dishwasher tended to keep the bottoms shinier longer (I don't know if this is good for more expensive pans, though). Leaving a pan in the sink overnight would darken it rather quickly (especially if the sink was damp). Vinegar and salt work, but not nearly as well as the commercial cleaners, though DH's hot wing sauce did wonders. I don't think the Twinkle really polished the bottoms of my pans much, but that wasn't a big deal to me. believe it or not, what's worked best for me, with my copper bowls at any rate, is store bought ketchup and a good old rag, plus the elbow grease of course
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