Cleaning and maintenance

Copper products are practical and elegant pieces that have found their popularity among many lovers of vintage style. In addition to the unusual design, their biggest advantage is easy maintenance and cleaning .

Use only mild soap and a soft cloth (flannel) to clean copper tubs . Never use steel wool or brushes as they can scratch the surface of the tub. Rinse the cleaned tub thoroughly with water to remove any excess soap or residue.

When you bathe, make sure anything you add to the water is suitable for use in a copper bath. For example, lemon should never be added to bath water. After each use, thoroughly dry the surface of the bath and make sure that it is completely dry and smooth .

If you want your copper bathtub or sink to retain its radiant shine even after several years, do not use products that could damage the natural patina of the surface . These include degreasers and corrosive cleaners, as well as ammonia or acid based cleaners. Never use any of them as they can cause irreparable damage.

From time to time, a film (layer) may appear on the surface of the bathtub, which is the result of the accumulation of mineral deposits. This will especially happen if you live in an area where the water has a high mineral content, but it can happen anywhere if you don’t take the right precautions.

It is common knowledge that copper scratches easily. It’s not really worth trying to fix any scratches because another one might pop up elsewhere. Instead, you should learn to love the scratches, because these, along with the grooves and dents, create the unique character of your bathtub .

Waxing the surface of the copper bath helps to prevent scratches and the formation of mineral deposits. When you do this, you will notice droplets of water forming on the surface. Once these are gone, it’s time to apply another layer of wax.

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