Authentic Craftsmanship: Handcrafted with care, our Copper Lota showcases the timeless craftsmanship of skilled artisans, bringing an authentic piece of tradition to your home.
Pure Copper Construction: Made from high-quality pure copper, our Lota offers the benefits of copper's natural properties, including antimicrobial and antioxidant qualities, ensuring a healthier water drinking experience.
Traditional Design: Our Copper Lota features a classic design that pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of South Asia, adding an elegant touch to your kitchen or dining area.
Functional and Versatile: Whether you use it as a decorative piece, for storing water, or as a part of religious rituals, this Copper Lota serves a variety of purposes and adds a touch of cultural significance to your everyday life.
Unique Home Decor: Beyond its functional aspects, our Copper Lota can also be displayed as a unique piece of home decor, adding a touch of elegance and cultural richness to any space.
It is made of 100% pure copper and used to store water.
It is mainly used as one of the products during worship.
It has variants that bear a capacity of 150, 300, and 500 ml
Capacity : 150ml, 300ml, 500ml
Package Contains: Pack of 12 Pcs
Very convenient and Handy product that also can be used for gifting purposes.
Health Benefits: Improves digestive system, Removes Impurities in the blood, and enables the body to form Red blood cells.
HOW TO USE: Water is to be stored in the copper pot and consumed when needed. However, it is advisable to drink one or two glasses of this water daily in the morning before brushing. This especially helps in proper digestion and strengthens bones in the body.
Procedure to Clean: Copper generally gets oxidized or tarnishes as a natural phenomenon. Hence a glance at the cleaning ways might help you to maintain Copper products well. 1. Pitambari Powder is the best and most traditional way to clean copper items. 2. Vinegar with a combination of Salt can be applied and cleaned otherwise the copper product to be cleaned can be immersed in a solution of Vinegar and salt in boiling water. 3. Lemon and salt mixture can be rubbed to clean the product and salt can also be replaced with Baking Soda.
THINGS TO BE AVOIDED: 1. Avoid using steel scrubbers or anything similarly harsh to clean Copper 2. Do not use chemical liquids to clean the copper products as they make the product lose its characteristics.
Importance of Copper in daily life: In a world of Pollution and unusual health problems, nature has gifted us with a few ways to get on still and Copper metal is the best among them. Regular usage of Copper to drink water or to store food has proven to be beneficial. Especially keeping water overnight which has to be consumed in the morning is much more beneficial to maintain immunity do not forget to consume it before brushing your teeth. Get this product and start a healthy life.
Legal Disclaimer: As all products are handcrafted, sizes may differ. All mentioned dimensions and weights are approximate.
Gently rinse the copper lota with warm water to remove any loose debris or dirt. Pat it dry with a soft cloth.
In a bowl, mix equal parts of lemon juice and water. If your lota has heavy tarnish, you can add a pinch of salt to the mixture for added cleaning power.
Dip a soft cloth or sponge into the cleaning solution and gently rub the surface of the lota. For intricate designs or hard-to-reach areas, use cotton swabs soaked in the solution. Avoid using abrasive materials that could scratch the copper.
After cleaning, rinse the lota thoroughly with water to remove any residue from the cleaning solution. Make sure no cleaning agents are left behind, as they could cause further tarnishing over time. Dry the lota with a soft cloth.
If you want to slow down the tarnishing process, you can apply a thin layer of olive oil to the copper surface. This will help protect it from moisture and air, which can cause tarnish.
Place your cleaned copper lota in a dry and well-ventilated area. To maintain its shine, avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals, moisture, or direct sunlight. Regular dusting with a soft cloth can also help prevent tarnish buildup.