Copper penny baths are a simple but effective way to keep the bath clean and tidy in your home.
The copper penny is a porous ceramic that is easy to clean, absorb and retain moisture.
If you have copper pipes or other plumbing you may want to use copper penny baths.
Copper penny bath installation tips: Place a small dish in the bath water and then wash your copper pipes with warm water.
Do not use cold water or cold bleach to clean the pipes.
Use a copper-free bath water to wash the pipes and the copper pipe fittings.
Place a copper pipe over a copper sink to keep it in place.
Once you’ve cleaned up the copper pipes, wash the copper plumbing fixtures.
Place an old bathtub in the copper tub to keep water and debris out.
Clean up the bathtub before adding the copper penny.
How to make a copper cent bath: The copper cent tub can be used in conjunction with copper penny or penny bath kits or separately.
To make a full copper cent or copper penny tub, use the copper cent plumbing kit.
Use copper penny to fill the tub with water and soak it in warm water for an hour or two.
Then pour warm water into the tub, add a small amount of copper penny and pour the warm water back in again.
Fill the tub until it fills with water, then place a large copper penny over the tub.
Let it sit for 10 minutes and then add another copper penny for the last two hours.
To create a copper pennies bath, soak the bath tub in warm bath water for 15 minutes, then use the penny bath water.
Add another penny for 10 more minutes.
Repeat this process to create a full bath.
Copper pennies are best to use in a warm bath with a warm tap.
The tub should be cold to prevent condensation and the tub should have a wide mouth.