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Cleaner for REVEREWARE copper-bottom pots & pans



JACKIE D [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]

Revere copper cleaner
(6 pack)

A. Hi, Jackie.

A. It's usually available online =>

from e-bay or Amazon.

Good luck.

Ted Mooney, Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Pine Beach, New Jersey


A. My Revere Ware is older than my marriage, and I keep the copper bottoms clean and beautiful with "Copper Glo [linked by editor to product info at Amazon]" by Barkeeper's Friend. Hey, I grew up in Maryland.
Good Luck.

Margie K [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Avon lake, Ohio

August 27, 2010

A. Have you tried the factory outlet stores? Some of them have Corning Ware/Revere Ware stores. I found some copper cleaner at a factory store 40 minutes from my home. I bought 5 bottles so that they'll last me a long time.

Mikki Moniz
- San Lorenzo, California

August 26, 2013

thumbsdownI have Revere ware since 1955, always kept them cleaned after every use, I always used Copper Glow, I ordered it from the company that makes the Bar Keepers Friend, the last time I tried to order it (9/2013), I was told they no longer made it, because they couldn't get the stores to carry it. I do not like the Cameo brand, I have tried E-Bay but all they have is the stainless steel cleaner. I'm very disappointed that they quit making it, it was the best, I've tried others but none works like Copper Glo.

Glenna Wirhold
- Porter, Indiana, USA

August 28, 2013

A. Hi Glenna. Sometimes a product comes back, and you can hope for that. As an alternate, the Revere Copper & stainless cleaner seems pretty good.


Ted Mooney,
Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Pine Beach, New Jersey

Copper dishware damaged by dishwasher

August 14, 2017

Q. I have a friend who was just telling me the first time she had a dinner party using her prized copper dinnerware the guests cleared & put dishes in her dishwasher. She bought the dishes overseas and is just sick about it. Is there a remedy or should she just throw them out?

Donna VanLeer
- Williamsport, Indiana USA

Mothers Polish

August 2017

A. Hi Donna. Assuming it's solid copper, not just copper plated, there should be little difficulty polishing it. A copper cleaner like Revereware Copper Cleaner is able to clean even copper pots, so I would think it can handle this. But if not, then a buffing pad on a battery-operated drill and something like Mothers =>
will surely do it.

But copper tarnishes rather quickly, so the thing which I'm not quite understanding here is how your friend found the maintenance requirement of these dishes satisfactory unless they had some sort of food-safe coating on them. And, if so, why did the dishwasher remove it.


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