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Hand Wipe Hot Tinning of Copper Cookware
The Professional Way to Reline Copper Cookware
Hand Wipe Re-Tin Lining Copper Cookware
Grade "A" Tin
Buffed and polished to bring back original luster of the copper
LOW INTERNET PRICE OF:|
$ 3.99 PER INCH
Measured as shown below.
Note: Please allow 30 working days for all copper retinning.
How to Use Tin-Lined Cookware
Stovetop cooking generates higher temperatures than tin's melting point (about 450°F or 230°C), however liquid being heated in a tin-lined pan will absorb a lot of excess heat and help keep the tin intact. The majority of oven-baked recipes call for temperatures that will not harm a tin lined utensil that is properly used.
NEVER PUT AN EMPTY COPPER POT OR PAN ON A HOT BURNER.
There must be something in the pot or pan before it goes to heat. If not, the heat can and will damage the tin lining.
Whether on the stovetop or in the oven, the principle is the same: prolonged (and unnecessary) high heat will damage the lining. With any quality cooking utensil, high heat is rarely necessary, and the best results come from moderate heat.
Use only wood, nylon, silicone or other non-metallic utensils to stir and scrape.
How to Care for Tin-Lined Cookware
Tin is a soft metal and should be cleaned with a dishcloth or sponge. Never use abrasive cleaning materials, such as metal scouring pads or metal scrapers.
As with all metal utensils, avoid using cleansers and detergents that contain high percentages of free alkali or acid.
Tin is reactive to tri-sodium phosphate, meta-silicate and chlorine. Avoid using detergents or cleansers containing high quantities of these materials.
Rinse thoroughly after washing and dry to avoid spotting. Tinned steel should be dried thoroughly immediately after washing to prevent rust from forming on spots where the tin might have worn off the steel, and around edges where turned, soldered or welded.
Store tinned items in a dry location.
RETINNING & RECONDITIONING SPECIALIST SINCE 1936