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Copper is a metal that changes and evolves with time as it reacts with various elements. While a new copper sink will add beauty and style to any décor, the natural oxidization process will cause an "aged" look that will make your sink look even more beautiful with time.
General Care and Cleaning
The best way to clean a copper sink is with mild soap and water. Avoid using copper cleaners on your sink as they can be abrasive and scratch the surface. After cleaning with mild soap and water, dry with a soft cloth.
If you have hard water, you will want to keep your copper sink clean and dry to avoid water spots. To keep your copper sink free of hard water stains, clean it with a mild soap regularly and wipe it dry with a soft cloth after each use.
To help protect your copper sink from hard water mineral damage, apply a wax such as Renaissance Wax® periodically. This will help maintain the luster of your sink.
DO NOT leave acidic foods such as oranges, lemons, vinegar, pineapple or tomatoes sitting in a copper sink. Contact with acidic foods could cause shiny spots or discoloration in the sink. Simply clean the area with soap and water if contact occurs. Over time, the patina will recover and the spot will blend into the sink. To avoid this reaction, run water in the sink while working with acid-based foods and clean immediately after.