How long do I leave ketchup on copper? Copper pots, pans, and kettles are beautiful and preferred by many chefs. However, they can easily tarnish. Spread a layer of ketchup over the copper and let it work for 10 minutes. Rub with a soft cloth and rinse well.
What instantly cleans copper?
- Mix together one-quarter cup salt and one-quarter cup flour, then add enough vinegar to make a thick paste.
- Rub that paste on the copper surface and gently buff it using a microfiber cloth until it shines; wash and dry thoroughly.
What is the best homemade copper cleaner? Mix 1/4 cup salt, 1/4 cup flour and enough vinegar to make a thick paste. Use a soft cloth to rub the paste on the surface of the copper. Buff the copper item until it shines. Rinse with warm water and dry thoroughly.
How do you clean badly tarnished copper? Mix 1/2-cup distilled white vinegar (or lemon juice, which is more acidic) with 1 Tbsp. salt and enough flour to form a thin paste. Apply the paste to the copper surface and scrub away the tarnish with a cloth or scrubbing sponge. Rinse under running water and buff with a dry cloth to polish.