Visual Tutorial | A Natural, Non Toxic Way to Clean Copper

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8 Responses to “Visual Tutorial | A Natural, Non Toxic Way to Clean Copper”
  1. Miranda says:

    WOW! That is impressive and worth knowing. Thanks for the tip. What a beautiful bowl.

  2. fat mum slim says:

    Wow. That’s so cool.

    It makes me wish I had copper TO clean. ;)

  3. Jules says:

    Thrifts stores, Chantelle!

    Miranda–thanks! It was a wedding present from my friend, Helena.

  4. Jennifer says:

    GASP! I going to run home and try this!

  5. Caitlin says:

    Cool!
    I agree with fat mum slim, though – makes me wish I had copper to clean!

  6. Miss B says:

    It’s AWESOME! Like a magic trick, yea, thank you I love! I don’t know why I am so excited I don’t own anything copper but maybe one day I will and this will be perf.

  7. susan says:

    Your bowl looks wonderful!!! Did you know that ketchup works, too?!? I know. It’s crazy sounding, but it’s true. Something about the acidic properties… It’s one of those Real Simple magazine tips I got excited about, and then was ecstatic to find actually worked!!! Why do I ever doubt you, dear Real Simple mag???

  8. Jules says:

    Susan–I think I might have heard that. I’m not sure–but I know a reader mentioned in my silver post that her mom uses salt and vinegar and it works like a charm.

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