Cleaning our Copper Products:
Many believe that copper sinks are difficult to care for; this of course is false if you own the proper copper sink. We recommend that you clean your sinks with water and soap; like a dish soap or simple orange cleaner. You will want to take care of the copper finish and not use any harsh abrasives that may scratch the surface like steel wool. Do not use strong chemical cleaners. The regular yellow and green kitchen pad and some soapy water will keep your Copper Sinks looking great. You may want to use a heat bonded lacquer coating to protect the copper. This service is free of charge and requires the same care. We do not recommend any other type of lacquer application such as a sprayed on lacquer or brushed on lacquer
Waxing a Copper Sink:
Our medium and dark sinks have been heat treated to attain a beautiful warm tone. Our natural copper look has not been heat treated and is more susceptible to aging. Our two darker tones will become slightly darker over time. The beauty of copper is that you have a choice. If you choose to wax the sink occasionally then the sink will not change colors, however if you want the beautifully aged look of copper you can simply let it go! Waxing only needs to be done a few times a year and any renaissance wax or past wax will due. Not treating the sink is actually the healthiest decision. Copper is naturally anti-microbial, this is why so much drinking water is run through copper pipes.