Caring for the Copper Bottle.
As copper ages, it will naturally acquire a slight discoloration. This process can be sped up by not properly washing or drying your Copper Bottle. We also advise you to only use filtered water, as any other liquid could cause further discoloration to your Copper Bottle.
If you notice discoloration, do not be alarmed, it is how copper naturally ages.
How to Slow Oxidation and Discoloration
Copper will naturally discolor over time due to oxidation.
This process can be slowed by properly cleaning the Copper Bottle with soap and warm water, while thoroughly drying it with a cotton towel.
Be sure to always store your Copper Bottle in a cool, dry place to slow the effects of discoloration.
How To Clean
Gently wash your Copper Bottle with warm water and dish soap by hand or with a cotton towel.
Make sure to dry the Copper Bottle thoroughly with a cotton cloth after washing it with water. This can help to slow down the stain buildup on your copper vessel.
When not in use, always keep your Copper Bottle completely dry and always keep it in a cool, dry place.
Liquids to use
Please pay extra attention to avoid any acidic liquids, such as lemon water, coffee, juices, etc.