How to Prevent Handpan from Going Out of Tune?
Store Your Handpan Properly:
The way you store your handpan significantly influences its longevity and tuning stability. Avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, or excessive humidity. A cool, dry environment will help prevent the metal from undergoing unnecessary stress and fluctuations.

Handle with Care:
Treat your handpan with the utmost care. Avoid unnecessary impacts, drops, or placing heavy objects on it. Even though Cosmoshandpans are crafted to be robust, they can still be sensitive to physical stress, which may lead to tuning issues over time.

Clean Your Handpan Regularly:
Dust and moisture can accumulate on the surface of the handpan, potentially affecting its tuning. Wipe the instrument down with a soft, dry cloth after each use to remove any debris. If your handpan requires a deeper clean, use a damp cloth with mild soap, ensuring it is thoroughly dried afterward.

Play with Clean Hands:
Oils and residues from your hands can impact the surface of the handpan and contribute to tuning instability. Wash your hands before playing to minimize the transfer of oils and dirt to the instrument. This simple practice can go a long way in preserving the quality of your handpan's sound.

Schedule Regular Inspections:
Periodically have your handpan inspected by a professional tuner. They can identify any potential issues early on and make minor adjustments to prevent more significant problems. Regular maintenance will help keep your handpan in optimal condition.