How do I clean it, how do I maintain my bathtub?
Copper is antimicrobial, which means bacteria cannot live on it for more than two hours. We recommend mild soap and water to clean if needed. Since copper will patina naturally, you will not need to maintain the finish of your tub.
Are all copper tubs suitable to use coconut oils and essential oils them?
There is a chance it may make the copper change colors a bit faster or oxidize, depending on the exact ingredients of the oils. Acidic items such as salts and lemon will most likely cause more changes than coconut and oils.
Can I use bath salts?
Yes, but this may change the patina due to the living characteristics of the metal.
Can I restore the bathtub finish?
Natural copper can be cleaned to remove surface patina, but if you apply a patina like Fire, you will not be able to restore the finish, and the tub will patina naturally.
Do bathtubs scratch easily?
If scratches do occur, they will blend in as the tub develops its natural patina.
Can I control the patina finish of the tub?
No, the patina process has some slight variations.
I have well-water (hard water); what will happen to the bathtub finish?
Most likely, you will see the most changes where the water comes from the faucet, but if you dry your tub after each use, the changes will take longer to happen.