Whether you are serving up a traditional Copper Mug or your favourite cold-weather hot toddy, these simple yet elegant Cylindrical Copper Mugs will ensure that your home bar program has some serious flair and vintage appeal.
As any true Copper Mug lover knows, providing the proper copper glassware is absolutely essential to the entire sipping experience. These Copper Mugs made of pure copper are perfect glassware to add your favorite vodka, ginger beer & lime and have a good time sipping your cocktail.
Care & Maintenance
Cleaning copper mugs is a relatively simple process. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you clean your copper mugs effectively:
- Gather the necessary supplies: You’ll need mild dish soap, a soft sponge or cloth, warm water, lemon, salt, and a soft, dry cloth or towel.
- Create a cleaning solution: Fill your sink or a bowl with warm water and add a few drops of mild dish soap. Mix it well to create a soapy solution.
- Wet the sponge or cloth: Dip the sponge or cloth into the soapy water and squeeze out any excess liquid. You want it to be damp but not dripping wet.
- Clean the copper mugs: Gently scrub the surface of the copper mugs with a damp sponge or cloth. Pay extra attention to any areas with stains or tarnish. Use circular motions to remove dirt and grime.
- Rinse the mugs: Once you’ve cleaned the mugs, rinse them thoroughly with warm water to remove any soap residue. Ensure that all soap is washed away, as it can leave a film on the copper.
- Remove tarnish (optional): If you notice tarnish or discoloration on the copper mugs, you can use a natural method to restore their shine. Cut a lemon in half and sprinkle salt on the cut side. Rub the lemon on the tarnished areas, using the salt as an abrasive. Rinse the mugs again with water to remove any lemon residue.
- Dry and polish: Use a soft, dry cloth or towel to carefully dry the copper mugs. Make sure they are completely dry to prevent water spots. If desired, you can use a clean, dry cloth to buff the mugs gently, restoring their shine.
- Store properly: To prevent tarnish and maintain the mugs’ appearance, store them in a dry place away from moisture and humidity. You can also consider using a tarnish-preventing polish or placing anti-tarnish strips near the mugs when storing them.
By following these steps, you can keep your copper mugs clean and in good condition.