How to use your bottle
You can use our copper bottles just like you would use any other water bottle. To reap the most benefit, however, simply fill the water bottle up with drinking water, store overnight and enjoy throughout the day.
Storing the water overnight for 8-10 hours allows the water to naturally absorb copper from the bottle and kills any microbes that may be present such as E.Coli and Salmonella as studies have shown.
Water stored in a copper vessel absorbs around 177 ppb of copper which is around 0.2mg/L. Although the level of copper leached into your water from storing it overnight in the bottle is well within the World Health Organization recommendations of a daily intake of 2.1mg/L, we do believe in moderation just like everything else in life. Please consult a doctor if you experience any symptoms of copper toxicity.
care for your copper
This copper bottle tarnishes beautifully with time.
That being said, to clean the bottle and restore its shine do the following:
Create a mixture of a half cut lemon squeezed, 1 tablespoon of salt and 1/2 cup water. Rub this mixture on to the bottle with a cloth or a dish sponge. Then, rinse with water.
Clean as often as you like... although, you can choose to only clean the inside of the bottle with the mixture mentioned above and allow the outside of the bottle to tarnish over time creating a beautiful patina.
Experiment with the patina or keep it shiny, it's up to you... tag us online @taambashop and let us know how you are showing your taamba bottle!
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Our students enjoy commuting to the King of Prussia campus because of how accessible it is to all major highways. Interstates 76, 276, 422 and 476 are all close by, making it easy to hop on and off for classes without getting lost or following complicated directions. Better yet, you don’t even have to drive to class because public transportation drops you right off at the base of our location. In fact, the Number 125 bus drops off right at South Gulph Road and Long Road.