How to Clean KitchenAid Copper Cookware
True copper will change color at times, even when it is not being used. There are many solutions for cleaning copper.
- If there are areas of discoloration (which is common when the heat is applied to copper), simply clean them away with a copper cleaner.
- If no cleaner is available, cut a lemon in half, cover it with salt and rub it along the surface. This is an easy way to make a simple, homemade cleaner for copper.
- Another homemade copper cleaner can be made by combining equal parts of salt, white vinegar, and flour.
- After applying any cleaner – commercial or homemade:
- Wash the pot in hot, soapy water.
- Buff with a soft cloth to make it shine.
Contact Support for KitchenAid Cookware
Meyer Corporation, U.S. is responsible for the production, distribution, and service for KitchenAid cookware.
The following link to Meyer’s support portal for KitchenAid provides all support needs. Meyer’s support team is available Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm PT, excluding holidays.
Please visit: https://support.kitchenaidcookwareus.com
PLEASE NOTE: Do not use this support link for any other KitchenAid product that is not associated with “cookware”.
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