How to remove white spots from a copper teakettle

After the lacquer peels off, you can decide how you want to maintain your teapot. If you want copper to have a shiny appearance, you will need to polish it regularly. (Without the patchy coating, this will happen quickly.) Or you can let the copper develop its natural dark red rust, which makes relatively new kettles look like classic items. If you need to clean up food spills, don’t use steel wool, powdered cleaners, or even homemade concoctions, such as lemon juice and salt. All these things, even salt, can scratch it, says Rosvall. But she says that sprinkling with baking soda and rubbing it with a soft cloth works well and has no downsides. How to remove white spots from a copper teakettle


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