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Product Care

Copper Glassware Product Care Information

Both beautiful and supremely functional, copper is enjoying a well-deserved surge in popularity in the homes throughout Australia, whether it’s in the kitchen, lounge or dining table. Our copper glasses are a gorgeous rose-gold colour and cast a wonderful glow, giving an elegant and sophisticated drinking experience.

CLINQ’s Copper Collection glassware is copper plated inside and out. It is then coated with a clear, food-safe and durable coating that keeps your glassware gleaming and your drink tasting how it should. Our copper glassware is not dishwasher friendly and should be hand-washed to maintain the shine and quality. Avoid abrasive cloths, scourers and brushes whilst cleaning as they could scratch the surface and remove the protective clear coat. Polish once dry with a microfibre cloth to make them dazzle. Do not leave liquid sitting in glassware for extended periods (i.e multiple hours or overnight), and ensure glassware is dried thoroughly after use. Copper is a reactive material, and if not cared for, can begin to oxidize.

Each set comes with a product care card and CLINQ microfibre cloth.

Other Metal Product Care Information

If you have purchased any of our other metal products; including our copper and marble range or brass and leather range, this section gives you the relevant care information. Maintain your product’s original condition by washing them by hand using a warm soapy cloth. Our products are not dishwasher friendly and abrasive cleaners or scourers should not be used. If some stubborn food is left on them, please leave to soak for a while (not the leather part if applicable) before wiping clean.

Timber Cheese Board Care

Our long timber cheese board is made from mango wood and has been finished with a food safe, water-based stain. Prior to use, we recommend washing the board with warm soapy water. Once dry, coat the board with a food grade cheese board oil (you can find this in your local supermarket or a homewares store such as House), and leave to soak in for 24 hours.