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Homenavarrow Cleaning Tips & Advice

How to remove copper tarnish & clean copper

Copper pots, pans and other decor look wonderful but are notorious for tarnishing quickly. And sometimes that removal job can require a ton of elbow grease. Fortunately there is a quick way to wash copper, even if it is a bit unusual!

First, pour some ketchup over the tarnish and rub gently to thoroughly cover the tarnish. Let sit for about five minutes, then rinse & wipe clean. The tarnish will be removed.

 



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