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Copper Cookware5 of 119Enamel on copper plates need help identifying the signatureAntique copper Kettle with long tap
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    Posted 6 months ago

    subi450
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    I do like them but don't even know if there is hope in bringing them back to life. Interior is great but exterior is a mess. I also had read that in some of them you might have problem cooking as the capper can react with heat, for some reason. Sorry but I do my cooking in the store. Can someone help? Where do I even begin, I tried the copper cleaner but it doesn't work well.
    The one with oxidized interior has no marking and I have no clue what is it? Seem though that it might come from the same cooking chef ????

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    1. dlpetersen, 6 months ago
      Love them as I have quite a few. I don't cook with them anymore but have not had any in this condition so not much help on how to clean these.
    2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 6 months ago
      I'm the adventuresome type & would try Easy-Off on a hidden area.
    3. subi450 subi450, 6 months ago
      Thank you dlpeterson and blunderbuss2 for your responses. I will check Easy-off as I had never heard of it. I also have some copper cleaner and might try that too. They just are so messed up.
    4. rockbat, 6 months ago
      Try salt and white vinegar, along with a plastic scrubby. Lots of elbow grease. Its the condition of the tinning inside that really matters, as far as cooking.
    5. fleafinder fleafinder, 6 months ago
      I once turned a rusty stove sparkling with lemon and baking soda.mayb u can try it out:)
    6. subi450 subi450, 6 months ago
      Fleafinder, what's a great idea. I have all of it at home and will give it a try. Thanks.
    7. subi450 subi450, 6 months ago
      Rockbat I have these citems at home as well and will try which works the best. Thank you. The interior is nice,so it's worth elbow grease work.
    8. Tanni Tanni, 6 months ago
      If the above methods don't work out for you you can always try... Mr Clean Magic Erasers (sponge, they are amazing). I've never tried them on copper pots and pans before so I would definitely try it out on a hidden spot, just to make sure. Just an idea. Who knows... it may work.
    9. MyCountry MyCountry, 6 months ago
      Had a ton of that kind ,.. got rid of it all,, the inside liner is " aluminum"not good for your health to cook in ...I remember the paper work said qure the indside with milk and water before useing ...lol nope never cooked with them ...when I come across my picture of the on the wall I'll post it for ya...good luck...
    10. subi450 subi450, 6 months ago
      Thanks Tanni. I hope to have time to try all of the recommendation.
    11. subi450 subi450, 6 months ago
      My Country, I am not much of the cook. I hope to restore it and they still woul look nice hanging of the iron posts above the countertop, I hope.

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