Revere® FAQs

01. What is Revere® cookware?
02. Is Revere® cookware made of aluminum or stainless steel?
03. What kind of stainless steel is Revere® cookware ware made of?
04. Where can I buy Revere® products?
05. Why does the safety and usage guide for my Revere® cookware state that I cannot use high heat?
06. What cleanser do you recommend for cleaning Revere® cookware?
07. Is Revere® Centura Copper covered by a warranty?
08. Is Revere® Centura Grip Handle Copper Clad covered by a warranty?
09. Is Revere® Centura Tri-Ply covered by a warranty?
10. Is Revere® Centura Grip Handle Tri-Ply covered by a warranty?
11. Is Revere® Copper Select covered by a warranty?
12. I have Revere® metal bakeware. Who can I contact for warranty service?
13. I have some Revere® knives. Who can I contact for warranty service?
14. Why does my older Revere® seem heavier than my newer cookware that looks the same?
15. Why doesn't Revere® cookware sit flat on my new glass-top stove?
16. There are pin-dot size indents in the bottom of my cookware. What causes this?
17. Where can I get knobs and handles for my Revere® cookware?
18. Where can I find replacement parts for the Revere® Pressure Cooker?
19. I have some old Revere® cookware. Can you tell me how much it's worth?

ANSWERS

01. What is Revere® cookware?

You guessed it… Revere® cookware traces its heritage back to American patriot Paul Revere, who started making copper sheathing for naval vessels in 1801. Today, Revere® ware is the number one brand of stainless steel cookware in the U.S. Recognized for its legendary quality and durability, Revere® cookware now includes new shapes, materials and functionality.

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02. Is Revere® cookware made of aluminum or stainless steel?

Both - some pieces are stainless and some are aluminum. Aluminum is used for cookware with nonstick coating; stainless steel is used for cookware without nonstick coating. Revere® bakeware is tin-coated steel.

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03. What kind of stainless steel is Revere® cookware ware made of?

Revereware is made of 18/6 stainless steel.

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04. Where can I buy Revere® products?

Revereware is currently available online at WorldKitchen.com or at our Corningware, Corelle & more Retail Stores. To find a store, use our store locator, contact our Consumer Care Center or email us via our online contact form.

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05. Why does the safety and usage guide for my Revere® cookware state that I cannot use high heat?

Revere® cookware with aluminum discs or encapsulated bottoms may melt or separate if subjected to high heat. Our products are made to be efficient so that the same cooking can be done with less energy.

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06. What cleanser do you recommend for cleaning Revere® cookware?

Through regular use, the bottoms and interiors of metal pots and pans may need periodic cleansing with a metal cleanser such as Revere Copper and Stainless Steel Cleaner. To place an order, contact our Consumer Care Center or email us via our online contact form. You can also find metal cleansers at your local Walmart, Lowe's, Home Depot, or local hardware store in their cleanser aisles. Bar Keepers Friend® is a professional, non-abrasive powdered cleanser perfect for cleaning cookpots and materials such as stainless steel, porcelain, fiberglass, glass cooktops, copper, tile, and brass.

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07. Is Revere® Centura Copper covered by a warranty?

Yes, a 25-year limited warranty - see our warranty section for full details.

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08. Is Revere® Centura Grip Handle Copper Clad covered by a warranty?

Yes, a 25-year limited warranty - see our warranty section for full details.

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09. Is Revere® Centura Tri-Ply covered by a warranty?

Yes, a 25-year limited warranty - see our warranty section for full details.

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10. Is Revere® Centura Grip Handle Tri-Ply covered by a warranty?

Yes, a 25-year limited warranty - see our warranty section for full details.

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11. Is Revere® Copper Select covered by a warranty?

Yes, a 25-year limited warranty - see our warranty section for full details.

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12. I have Revere® metal bakeware. Who can I contact for warranty service?

Contact G&S Metal at 216-441-0700.

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13. I have some Revere® knives. Who can I contact for warranty service?

Contact Lifetime Brands at 1-800-999-2811, extension 2553.

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14. Why does my older Revere® seem heavier than my newer cookware that looks the same?

Through research and testing, we've learned that the same cooking results were achieved when using lighter materials.

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15. Why doesn't Revere® cookware sit flat on my new glass-top stove?

Warping is a natural occurrence that happens over time from cooking with metal over high heat or when hot cookware is subjected to cold temperatures, such as a sink full of water. The cookware may also conform to the shape of the burner coil over time. On a smooth-top range, the cookware may not sit flat.

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16. There are pin-dot size indents in the bottom of my cookware. What causes this?

Over time, it is the nature of metal to pit. For this reason, our cookware is not warranted against pitting. It is an uncontrollable, natural occurrence. To minimize pitting in your cookware, only add salt to your water after it has come to a boil. The more salty or acidic-based foods you cook, the more likely your cookware will pit. Your cookware is still safe for use, and the marks will not affect its performance.

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17. Where can I get knobs and handles for my Revere® cookware?

We discontinued our Revere® repair service in 1986, and we no longer have the replacement handles, knobs, or hardware for your cookware. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Revereware does carry a 25-year warranty, and we may be able to provide you with warranty service. Contact our Consumer Care Center or email us via our online contact form.

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18. Where can I find replacement parts for the Revere® Pressure Cooker?

Revere® pressure cookers have been discontinued. Parts and service are no longer available.

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19. I have some old Revere® cookware. Can you tell me how much it's worth?

Unfortunately, we don't have any information on what the value of your product may be. We recommend consulting an antique dealer in your area. In most cases, the value of such items depends on the demand, condition of the item, and area.

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