We already wrote a post about caring for copper items a few months ago, which you can see here if you missed it, but we felt like there was some more to add on this topic. Some people actually like the “aged look” that copper gets when it develops a patina, but if you’re like We’re not going to go over the same points as in the post we just linked you to, but instead we’re going to cover some different care and maintenance options for copper in this post.
Most people want their copper pots and pans (and any other copper items you own) to remain nice and shiny for as long as possible. We are going to give some points that will help you there. If you are not and like the the “aged look” that copper gets when it gets some patina this article wouldn’t help you much.