Why are the bottoms of pans covered in copper?

Answer The use of copper in the manufacture of cookware, such as pans, has both pros and cons. Production of pans with copper-covered bottoms arises from a combination of the positive and negative aspect... Read More »

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How to Clean Copper Bottoms on Pots and Pans?

After using them often, copper bottom pots become discolored, and lose their shine. They should be cleaned often, to protect them, and keep them looking brand new.

Can copper pans melt?

Copper pans can melt at a very high temperature. Copper has a melting point of 1,083 degrees C. (about 1,981 degrees F.). Because stove and oven fires don't get that hot, copper is often used in po... Read More »

Why is copper used for pots&pans?

Copper is a widely used metal that has been mined since ancient times. It is best known for its highly reflective surface as well as its heat and electrical conductivity. It is often used for pots ... Read More »

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