How to clean copper easily without harsh chemicals
Copper is found in many household items, such as jewelry, bowls, pots, and utensils. Over time, though, the surrounding air causes the metal to develop a layer of copper oxide, which makes it look tarnished—and who wants to display tarnished copper?
Tarnishing is a natural process, so it makes sense to use natural items to eliminate the dark, grimy appearance. Commercial copper cleaners often contain harsh chemicals, but you can naturally clean copper with the following materials that are probably already in your home.
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