Caring for your Pewter


On pewter, many people prefer to leave a dull gray patina. In the case of low-glow pewter, a soap-and-water bath is the most maintenance its finish ever needs.

If you prefer a brighter shine rub with a Cape Cod® Metal Polishing Cloth

 Pewter is often displayed on oak but shouldn't be stored in a closed cabinet or drawer, because the organic acids in oak or in untreated, unseasoned woods promote pewter deterioration.

Please click on a link below to learn more about caring for your fine metals:                                                                   FINE SILVER |   SILVER PLATE | STORAGE OF SILVER | PEWTER CARE | BRASS & COPPER |            LACQUERED METALS | PLATED METAL | CHROME | STAINLESS STEEL

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