Please read the following before you start using Copper bottles.
These bottles are not pre cleaned/washed.
These bottles are handmade, any spots or marks inside the bottle are harmless
Please make sure to thoroughly clean with little soapy water and dry your copper vessel before use.
Use only soft cloth or sponge to clean the bottles.
Simply fill up your vessel before you go to bed and let the water sit overnight. Drink first thing in the morning on an empty stomach to help start your day. Clean and dry thoroughly after every use.
Usually, copper gets stains or tarnishes with use, as it forms copper oxide.
Please expect stains from water droplets. Easy to clean them by following solutions.
How to Use:
Please make sure to thoroughly clean and dry your copper vessel before use. Simply fill up your vessel before you go to bed and let the water sit overnight. Drink first thing in the morning on an empty stomach to help start your day. Clean and dry thoroughly after every use.
Do’s & Dont’s
• Do make sure to line up threads on bottles carefully! Misaligning or overtightening the cap can damage your bottle.
• Don’t preheat or use your copperware for hot beverages
• Don’t use in in the microwave
• Don’t use these vessels for any other beverages besides water.
• Don’t store any milk products in the copperware as it will react and can damage your vessel.
• Don’t put your copperware in the dishwasher.
How to Clean Copper Water Bottles And Vessels:
Quick, Easy, Home Solutions
Drinking water stored in Copper Bottles and Vessels has many health benefits and this practice has become quite popular these days all over the world. We all know that Copper utensils stain and darken over a period of time. This happens naturally, due to a process called Oxidation. You might have heard that keeping copper vessels looking new and shiny isn’t that easy. Well, not anymore! Here are a few quick and easy ways to clean your copper bottles and vessels at home, and make them shine like new again!
Lemon and Salt Method:
This is the most traditional and easiest method of cleaning copper vessels. These two ingredients are easily available in any kitchen.
Simply take some salt in a bowl, cut a lemon in half and dip it into salt. Rub this lemon over the copper vessel. While doing this, gently squeeze the lemon so that lemon juice will mix with salt. Here, the salt will also act as a scrubber. Repeat this process until you cover the copper vessel completely. Once you are done you can clean it with your regular dishwasher and wash it thoroughly.
How to Clean Inside of Copper Bottle With Lemon and Salt:
To clean a copper bottle from the inside, just squeeze half a lemon into the bottle, and add 1 tablespoon of salt and 1/2 a cup of water in it. Close the lid and shake the mixture thoroughly just like you shake your protein shake! Pour this mixture out and rinse the bottle with water. You will be amazed to see how your copper bottle is shining from inside too! To clean a copper bottle from the outside follow the instructions mentioned above.
Vinegar And Salt Method:
If lemons are not available to you, you can use vinegar instead. Mix 1 tablespoon salt with 2 tablespoons of vinegar. Let the salt dissolve and apply this mixture over the copper vessel with the help of a cotton ball or a cotton cloth and rub the vessel with it until stains are gone. Wash thoroughly with water. Make sure to dry these vessels completely with a cotton cloth to avoid stains building up by water again.
How to Clean Inside of Copper Bottle With Vinegar and Salt
To clean copper bottle from the inside, add 2 tablespoons of vinegar, 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 cup of water in it. Close the lid and shake the mixture thoroughly. Pour this mixture out and rise the bottle with fresh water. That’s it, your copper bottle should look as good as new!
Baking Soda Method:
Baking soda is also a very good option for cleaning copper vessels. Instead of salt, you can use baking soda with lemon or vinegar and follow the same techniques mentioned in the above methods