Thursday, June 26, 2014

Cleaning copper the natural way


Once again it's time to give my copper pots a good cleaning.  Over time copper gets dull and tarnished and just doesn't look very pretty.  This morning I gathered all my pieces together and lined them up on the kitchen counter ready for cleaning.  Wow, I didn't realize I had so much.  


Instead of using harsh chemical products I decided to use all natural ingredients.  Lemon, salt, and baking soda.  Mix all three using equal amounts.  I used a soft cloth and then rinsed each piece with cold water.  


It works great.  


  It takes time and a lot of rubbing, but well worth it.  

What a beautiful shine!  

7 comments:

Kerrie said...

Awesome! Love shiny copper! Hugs to you. ♥

Happy@Home said...

Oh wow, that is an amazing transformation. So nice to know it can be achieved with all natural ingredients.

camp and cottage living said...

Thank you for the tip, Donna.
My copper needs cleaning now too!

Mimi Sue said...

They look beautiful Donna! Copper adds such a warm touch to things. Looks like you had a great anniversary trip. Our 43rd anniversary is in January. Have a great weekend. Mimi

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

Thanks for the natural recipe!

Balisha said...

I've tried to remember that recipe from way back....now I have it again. Your copper looks beautiful.
Have a nice day,
Balisha

Donna said...

Now that's a LOT of copper! Wow!
Beautiful!
hughugs