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Puja-Nariyal-Mathura-CopperCopper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu (Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29. It is a ductile metal with very high thermal and electrical conductivity. Pure copper is rather soft and malleable, and a freshly exposed surface has a pinkish or peachy color. It is used as a thermal conductor, an electrical conductor, a building material, and a constituent of various metal careful not to rub through the plating of the item you are cleaning. Use a cloth or sponge dampened in a mild detergent solution and water to wipe the copper item. Be sure to rinse well and buff dry with a soft cloth. You should do this each time you use a copper item, primarily pots and pans and copper utensils. The items can be polished on an as needed basis.
Copper items that have not had lacquer applied require more cleaning since they tarnish easily. If you use a commercial copper cleaner, choose one that is removed by rubbing the cleaner off instead of washing it off. This type of cleaner also works well for any copper handles and locks.

Vinegar and Salt
Pour one pint of vinegar into a spray bottle with three tablespoons of table salt. Spray this on the copper item and allow it to set for 30 minutes. Then with a soft cloth simply rub it clean. Buff the item to a shine with a soft cloth.
Cream of Tartar and lemon juice

This works well on areas that are difficult to clean. Make a paste of cream of tartar and lemon juice. Allow the paste to remain on the item for 10 to 15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. Use a soft cloth to buff to a shine. To clean copper pots: Rub lemon slices dipped in table salt on the bottom of pots and pans. This works very well for removing the tarnished or burn markings the pans may have.

Lemon Juice & Baking Soda
gangotri-kalashnakasi Make a paste of lemon juice and table salt. Use a soft cloth to apply the paste to the copper item. Allow the paste to remain on the item for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water and dry with a soft cloth. You can also use a lemon slice sprinkled with baking soda. Rub the copper item with the lemon slice and then rinse well with warm water and dry.

To Maintain Shine
Polish the item after cleaning with beeswax. Apply the beeswax with a soft cloth and remove it with a clean cloth and buff to a shine. To help keep the appearance of copper items looking nice with your non-lacquered pieces, you can apply two coats of a transparent metal lacquer to prevent tarnishing and also to make cleaning the item easier.

Copper utensils
Wash tarnished copper utensils with soap and water. Then polish with a mixture of equal parts of salt, vinegar, and flour. After rubbing the item with this mixture, wash and rinse it thoroughly. Use a clean soft cloth to buff to a shine. Ketchup: This works great on tarnished copper pieces. Simply wipe the ketchup on with a soft cloth. Allow it to remain for 10 to 15 minutes and then rinse well with warm water. Use a soft cloth to buff to a shine. Use a soft small brush, such as a toothbrush to clean hard to reach areas such as handles. Apply the ketchup to the tooth brush and clean the area. Leave the ketchup on for 10 to 15 minutes and then rise thoroughly. Use a soft cloth to buff to a shine.
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