How do you clean tarnished Nambe?


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Wash by hand using a mild detergent and a soft sponge or cloth. Dry immediately. Do not use abrasive scouring pads, cleaning cloths, or other rough materials on your Nambé wood product.

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Also question is, how do you repol a Nambe?

For dulled pieces: sparingly apply Nambé Polish on a soft cloth, then gently rub with a circular motion until the polish turns black and grainy. Buff with a soft cloth to remove the polish, then hand wash the item.

Correspondingly, what material is Nambe? Nambé is an eight-metal alloy whose major component is aluminum. It was developed in 1953 by Martin Eden, a former metallurgist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Nambé does not contain silver, lead or pewter and resists tarnishing.

Then, what is Nambe used for?

Nambé is the brand name for an 8-metal alloy with a silver luster that’s used for a range of food service and household display items. Nambé pieces made of the classic alloy come in a range of shapes and sizes, from simple bowls you can use to serve pretzels to ornate pieces of art.

What can I use to clean aluminum?

Vinegar is an effective resource to clean aluminum. Mix one part white vinegar to one part water to create an acidic solution. The solution can then be used in different ways depending on the object being cleaned. To clean and shine an exterior, dip a cloth into the mixture and scrub the object clean.

Who is Nambe?

The word “Nambé” (pronounced na:m’bei), comes from the Native American Tewa tradition, meaning “People of the round earth.” The native people have described Nambé as being “born of the earth and the fertile imagination.”

Why is nambé so expensive?

Nambe’s products are made of a ‘patented metal alloy’. They are a high-end manufacturer and often contract with top designers, hence most of their products are expensive. However, those shakers just sold this morning so are no longer available from us.

Can Nambe be refinished?

How do I have my Nambé Alloy item restored? If you are unable to restore your Nambé Alloy piece with Nambé Polish, don’t despair. Our skilled craftsmen can return your item to like-new condition through our repolish service. The cost of repolishing is $85, with the exception of Grande pieces.

Where is Nambe manufactured?


Where is nambé made?

A few years later, it was bought by the Hillenbrand family. Until about 10 years ago, Nambé’s signature aluminum alloy products were manufactured in New Mexico. Now, Robedee said such merchandise is produced in India, while wooden items are made in Thailand and stainless steel flatware in Vietnam.


Hi, my name is Andres. Over the last 25 years, I’ve had the privilege of helping thousands of my friends and neighbors get the most sparkling carpets and rugs they’ve ever seen. In fact, many tell me they love taking their shoes off and rubbing their toes in the soft, fluffy carpet after they get the most thorough cleaning ever! They told me they wanted more… and I’m giving it to them!

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