Add ¼ cup of liquid detergent to a gallon of warm water. Scrub the sink with the mixture using a plastic-bristle brush.
Rinse the copper sink with cool water. Dry the sink with a large towel.
Apply a layer of auto wax to the surface of the copper sink. Allow the wax to dry to a hazy film. Buff the surface with a towel.
Things You Will Need
- Liquid detergent
- Plastic-bristle scrub brush
- Car wax
- Apply a fresh layer of wax to the sink every 3 or 4 months to protect the surface from stains.
- Copper sinks seem to naturally repel and destroy germs. Read more about this and other basics about copper sinks at coppersinkshop.com.