Hammered copper is one of the easiest types of metal to keep clean in your home. All you need to do is clean the product with mild soap and a soft cloth as needed. You may also want to wipe the item dry after it is clean to avoid any chemicals in your water from damaging the copper. This is only a problem in areas with hard water, because the lime in the water can cause the patina on the copper to peel off.
What happens if I accidentally scratch my Hammered Copper
One of the greatest benefits of using hammered copper is that the patina on the copper is self-repairing. A scratch in the patina will leave an area that looks shiny and out of place. Over time, the copper will regenerate the patina and cover the scratch. You should avoid using any type of abrasive on copper to avoid this type of damage.