Cleaning Silver Jewelry

Silver jewelry is very beautiful and complements your attire, whether formal or jeans casual. However, silver has a dark side, tarnish. This is a guide about cleaning silver jewelry.

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Question: Cleaning a Silver Chain

How do I clean a sterling silver chain that has gone black?

Vera Adam from Margate, SA

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By sandy 77 431 Flag

February 20, 2007Best Answer

I use a rouge cloth on it. I also bought a gray and white cloth pretty much the same idea as a rouge cloth. Anytime I wear a chain I just run it thru the cloth several times. Lovely.

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By Cindy 7 160 Flag

February 20, 2007Best Answer

I bought a bottle of Tarnex years ago and use it to clean all of my sterling silver including jewelry. One bottle will last a really long time. It smells a little while the tarnish is dissolving but it works in practically an instant.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

March 29, 2007Best Answer

I always use toothpaste, not the gel kind.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

December 7, 2008Best Answer

The tinfoil and baking soda worked like a charm. Thank you

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Tip: Polishing Tarnished Jewelry

By Monique 108 177

To bring the shine back to tarnished silver jewelry, pour hot water into a mug, add three tablespoons of salt (to make an electrolyte), put in some aluminum tin foil and the tarnished silver jewelry. The tarnish (silver sulfide) will then be liberated and be given off as a gas (rotten eggs smell). Rinse with water to reveal super shiny jewelery.

Source: A jeweler friend.

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Question: Cleaning a Silver Bracelet

By kathy 14 4

Does anyone know how to clean a silver bracelet that went in a swimming pool? Thanks.

By Kathy from Charleston

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 19, 2008Best Answer

I had the same experince with a bracelet that I wore swimming in the pool. I bought a jar of silver polishing cream, and put the bracelet in the jar, burying it in the cream. Left it in for 2 days, took it out and rinsed the cream off, and polished it. The really shiny finish was gone, stripped off by the chlorine, but the matte finish I wound up with meant thatI could wear the bracelet again.

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By anne 13 149 Flag

August 13, 2010Best Answer

Try toothpaste, that's what I clean my silver jewelry with.

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By cettina 78 392 Flag

August 15, 2010Best Answer

I think a jeweler is your best bet. Cleaning with toothpaste and such is fine for dirt, but you probably have affected the bracelet in some way with the chlorine from the swimming pool.

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thr621682 Flag

August 18, 2010Best Answer

If it is silver plated it is ruined but if it is sterling silver you can get that stain off with Cream of Tartar and lemon juice. Cream of tartar is a white powder you can find at the grocery store in the spice rack. Lemon concentrate works if you don't want to buy a lemon. Take a few drops of the juice and about an eighth of a tsp of cream of tartar, then just rub on the silver with this mixture and your fingers. It takes a little time but it always works with no scratching of the silver surface. Add lemon juice and cream of tartar as needed to keep a workable amount going. Good luck.

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Question: Bleach Discolored My Silver Bracelet

Can you help me please? I dropped my silver bracelet in bleach and it has gone grey.

Thank you.

By Ian

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By Brandy J. 3 8 Flag

July 3, 2011Best Answer

Over the years when a piece of my silver jewelry has gotten forgotten in the depths of my jewelry box, it will tarnish on its own due to normal oxidation. I have found the best cleaner for that is toothpaste. I just put a dab on the item and rub it in real good. For the more intricate designed pieces I use an old toothbrush to get in those crevices. Then rinse in clear water. Plain toothpaste is best but whatever the newer kinds with whiteners and such will work too.

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By Janice C. 18 710 Flag

July 6, 2011Best Answer

Please don't use toothpaste on your jewelry. I know it sounds like a good, economical thing to do, but toothpaste is abrasive. It will scratch the surface and your jewelry will never be pretty and shiny again. Use professional jewelry cleaner. It's not expensive and a jar lasts forever.

Also don't use toothpaste on dentures. It will scratch them too.

Bleach is corrosive to metal and I don't think your silver bracelet will ever look like new again. You might try clear nail polish on it to give it some luster. I'm sorry this happened to your bracelet.

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By Barbara 5 29 Flag

July 7, 2011Best Answer

I use cigarette ashes on mine. Just take a damp cloth and dip it in the ashes and rub it in very easy. Then rinse the ashes off. I have been doing this for a lot of years, and never had a problem. Hope this will help you.

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By Susan 1 Flag

July 12, 2011Best Answer

The same thing just happened to me last week while I was cleaning and thought I damaged my rings from having my hands in bleach water. I did the same thing, I first scrubbed the heck out of the rings with a toothbrush and then remembered that I had a silver cleaning cloth and rubbed them until they were all cleaned up and shiny. :)

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Tip: Homemade Silver Polish

By Eileen Hays 34 20

Silver jewelry that has become tarnished can be cleaned by soaking it for a few minutes in a mixture of 1/2 cup white vinegar and 2 tablespoons of baking soda, and then rubbing it with a soft cloth.

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Question: Tarnished Silver Rope

I have had a beautiful silver rope necklace for about ten years that has gotten terribly tarnished. I can't remove the tarnish with a chamois cloth because of the intricate rope detail. I've tried Tarn-X and the baking soda/aluminum foil solution to no avail. Does anyone know of an effective way to clean silver jewelry? Every jeweler has told me that they don't do silver.

By Pam in OH

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

August 29, 2007Best Answer

Clean the tarnish off silver objects

Materials: (tarnished silver, a pan or dish large enough to completely immerse the silver, aluminum foil to cover the bottom of the pan, boiling water, baking soda)

Line the bottom of the pan with aluminum foil or use a disposable aluminum pan.

Place silver object on top of the aluminum, making sure the silver touches the aluminum.

Pour boiling water into the pan until the object is completely covered.

Add about baking soda. (about 1/4 cup per liter or 1 cup per gallon of water).

What will happen?

As you add the baking soda, the mixture may froth a bit and may spill over. The tarnish will begin to disappear quickly. For badly tarnished silver, you may need to repeat the experiment a 2nd time to remove all traces of tarnish.

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By guest (Guest Post) Flag

February 2, 2008Best Answer

Another thing you can do is buy "coin cleaner" (some coin stores sell it). I don't remember the chemical in it, but it is a blue liquid, very watery. You soak the silver in it for a few seconds, agitate the solution while it's soaking, wash it off, and the tarnish is gone. I have heard that you should not use it on silver plated objects though. I have a sterling rope chain, and that is what I do for it.

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Tip: Baking Soda to Clean Sterling Silver Jewelry

By JeanieB 5 16

My mom and I heard of this cleaning tip a long time ago. Take a cereal bowl and line it with tin foil. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of baking soda, place jewelry in the the soda (cover it a bit), and add boiling water. It will bubble some, wait until the bubbles go down and the water cools (15 min to half an hour). Take each piece out, rinse well and lay on a towel to air dry.

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Question: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

By Carol 5 44

I do outdoor craft shows and love working with beads. I purchased small gift boxes with clear lids about 2 x 3 inches. They look good with one pair of silver plated dangle earrings in each box. They tarnish very quickly and it takes 3 times longer to clean a pair than to make a new pair.

What neutralizes silver oxide (the tarnish on my silver)? I am tired of trying to clean in all the tiny, tiny nooks between the beads. Help please. Thanks.

By Carol from Waynesboro, GA

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By Janet 11 720 Flag

July 19, 2009Best Answer

I sell silver jewelry. I use a silver polishing cloth & sometimes silver polish.

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By Lisa 2 656 Flag

October 11, 2010Best Answer

I also make jewelry. I usually store sterling silver in a zip-bag with a 3M anti-tarnish strip. When I present jewelry in a box, I place the small zip bag with an anti-tarnish strip underneath the "cotton." I make sure I tell the recipient about storing the jewelry long-term in the bag with the strip. The strips don't last forever, and when they feel like it needs to be replaced, they can place a plain piece of chalk in the bag.

I've gotten my anti-tarnish strips at artbeads.com, but I see that they're out at the moment. Riogrande.com sells them in larger quantities, but you need to set up an account to use them (might be worthwhile if you have a sales tax license). Right now they have 1000 1-inch strips for about $40. There are also anti-tarnish zip-bags, and anti-tarnish tissue paper.

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Tip: Windex to Polish Jewelry

By Teri Matheny 1

I work at a silver and native American jewelry store. We use Windex (I've never tried an off brand of glass cleaner), and an old soft toothbrush to get into hard to reach areas.

Using the hot water/salt method mentioned in today's article (or powered tide with no bleach which is what I recommend), so long as you also let the jewelry air dry. Oxygen and humidity is what causes the tarnish in the first place!

Aluminum foil method is very good for heavily oxidized pieces without delicate or loose stones. If the piece still needs some love use the toothbrush with the tide to "detail". If it just needs to be brightened or has pearl or other delicate stones, Windex is the ticket! If the piece is still not shiny enough for you, finish with a polishing cloth. Lastly, keep your sterling silver in zip lock bags when not being worn or used (air = tarnish).

Source: Mom and Pop jewelry store I work at!

By rawkchick from Dallas

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Question: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

How do I clean silver earrings?

By Scott

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By anne 58 78 Flag

August 25, 2011Best Answer

Soak in half ammonia and half water. Then scrub with old toothbrush and dish soap.

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By Elaine D. 10 23 Flag

August 25, 2011Best Answer

No problem, just dip them into silver cleaner. It is very simple. To keep my silver from tarnishing, I wrap them in Saran wrap.

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Tip: Taking Tarnish Off Silver

By staciastewart32 1

I used Nair while wearing my brand new sterling silver engagement ring. It tarnished my ring and believe me, I was freaking out. I read tips on here and tried using cigarette ashes. I just dampened the ashes and rubbed them on the ring with my finger. It worked like a charm. It was simple, free, and my fiance never has to know! Lol. Thank you so much. I hope this helps someone else.

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    Tip: Keep Silver Jewelry from Tarnishing

    By dorothy wedenoja 170 111

    Tie a few pieces of blackboard chalk in cheesecloth and store it with your sterling silver jewelry. The chalk is a great moisture absorber and that is what will keep the jewelry from tarnishing.

    By Dorothy from New Creek, WV

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    Tip: Toothpaste for Silver Jewelry

    By Peggy B 9 13

    Rub on toothpaste and just wash off. This works great for silver jewelry!

    By Peggy B. from Philadelphia, PA

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    Tip: Salt Water for Tarnished Silver Ring

    By mariah c-t. 1

    After using household bleach for cleaning I realized my favorite silver ring had been tarnished and I was freaking out! I had the impulse to rub it with salt as it is an alkaline and submerge my ring in salted boiling water. It worked in about 25-30 mins!

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      Question: Cleaning Silver and Opal Jewelry

      By odamae 1

      I have a silver necklace with opals in silver settings. Is it saft to use the salt, soda, and water with the aluminum foil. Will it damage the opals?

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        By Myrna 17 1,083 Flag

        October 24, 2015

        Yes, Opals are porous and can easily crack; they require oil like Olive Oil gently wiped over to keep it's luster and protection. Never wear opal jewelry in dishwater or other harsh detergents and frequently wipe over with soft oiled cloth.

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        Question: Cleaning Silver and Diamond Necklace

        By sallygurl 1

        Can I use denture tablets for cleaning a sterling silver necklace with little diamonds in it that turned black?

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          By Louise B. 6 2,509 Flag

          August 26, 2015

          With regard to the denture tablets, I suspect they will not remove the tarnish. They are not made for that at all.

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          Question: Silver Jewelry Left in Cleaner Too Long

          By Patricia M. 1

          I forgot my silver jewelry in a jar of Connoisseurs Cleaner and it came out all discolored. I found the composition online. It is thiourea, sulfuric acid, and alcohol ethoxylates. Is there any hope to salvage it?

          discolored silver jewelry

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            By joan 7 143 Flag

            July 16, 2015

            If the bracelet was plated in silver it may have removed this. Try rubbing the chain together to see if that brightens them up. If it does then you may not have lost the finish. I like the tbsp. baking soda in an aluminum foil pan with boiling water added. Set jewellery in there and leave it until the water is cool. Or use a glass dish and a hand sized piece of foil.

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            Question: Cleaning a Silver and Garnet Bracelet

            By Judy 2 2

            How do I clean a silver bracelet containing garnets?

            By Judy

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            By jean leiner 15 411 Flag

            February 2, 2012

            If the bracelet is dirty(not tarnished), soak it in a cup of warm water with a teaspoon of ammonia for 1/2 hour then rinse and air dry. The stones will sparkle. If the bracelet is tarnished, use a pea sized dab of silver polish or white toothpaste (not gel), rub it into the wet bristles of an old soft toothbrush, then use the brush all over the bracelet.

            Do not scrub too hard, because if the bracelet is silver plate. it may come off. Rinse and air dry. Do not use either of these methods on opal, pearl or real turquoise jewelry. I have cleaned both good and costume jewelry. The only problem I have ever had was some "jewels" came unglued after soaking. Never had a problem with real stones. Hope this helps.

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            Question: Removing Tarnish from Silver Jewelry

            I want to know the acid used on silver jewelry for whitening? Thanks.

            By Haydar

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            Question: Betadine Changed Color of Silver Bracelet

            I have a sterling silver bracelet that I wore when washing my hands with Betadine scrub, it has now gone light gold! Can anyone please tell me how to fix it? Thank you.

            By Stephanie

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            Question: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Does Totally Awesome clean silver necklaces? If it does how do you use it for this purpose?

            By Lavii D.

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            Archive: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            I'm looking for a cheap and simple way to clean my jewelry (mostly silver). Does anyone have any brilliant ideas?

            Delisha from London, England

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            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Regular tooth paste (not gel) is great at cleaning up light tarnish very quickly, just rub it in and polish with a soft cloth! (06/06/2006)

            By camo_angels

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Soaking in white vinegar works pretty good too. I like using the toothpaste on CZ gently using a soft toothbrush. (06/07/2006)

            By PeggyLee

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            You can buy a rouge (sp? sounds like the stuff you put on cheeks to make them redder) cloth. Mine cost $4 from a jewelers store. All you do is rub the cloth on the silver and it polishes up right away! (06/07/2006)

            By kathykl

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Place some bicarbonate of soda and aluminum foil in a bowl of warm water and immerse for a few minutes. Will work for silver jewelery but I'm not sure for other metals or gems. Cleans all my silverware wonderfully and cheaply. The silver must touch the aluminum foil for the reaction to occur. (06/07/2006)

            By K from Oz

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            The best thing I have found for cleaning silver jewelry is the alcohol you have in your medicine cabinet. If you wear glasses and have a cloth to clean them, they would help along with the alcohol. No need to soak the jewelry unless they are very dirty. Give it a try I think you will be surprised at how easy and clean it will get your jewelry. (06/07/2006)

            By JILLSAVES

            Archive: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            I am trying to clean sliver jewelry at home. Is there anything I can use?<p.Colin from Bedford UK

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            How to Make Your Own Silver-Cleaning Cloths

            Note: These cloths are not for taking off total tarnish, they are just to use for shining up the silver when it doesn't look quite right.

            Tip: Always wear rubber gloves when mixing the cloths in the solution.

            • First, take small, cut squares of lint-free cotton (use an old t-shirt) and saturate cloths in a solution of two parts ammonia, one part silver polish, and ten parts of cold water.

            • Pull the cloths out of the mix and let them air dry. Never dry them in the dryer because of the ammonia.
            • Once they are totally dry, store them in an airtight container like an old coffee can. Use them whenever you need to polish silver.

            For more information, these tips came from the website below.
            http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/lv_household_tips/article/0,2041,DIY_14119_4774678,00.html (09/13/2006)

            By Cyinda

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Instant Silver Cleaner (no polishing)

            1. In a large bowl (large enough to fit all of the silver you may have), lay down strips of aluminum foil in the bottom of the bowl shiny side up.

            2. Place silver cutlery in the bowl on top of the aluminum foil strips. The silver must come in contact with the aluminum foil.

            3. Pour boiling water onto the cutlery and cover with water. Then sprinkle three tablespoons of baking soda over the silver.

            4. Soak this for ten minutes, rinse well with water and dry.

            Note: This only works for real silver. Don't use it for hollow handled knives or glued pieces of silver. This will also work on silver jewelry. Do this when your silver is heavily soiled. You do not want to do this on a regular basis. Do "not" use this method to clean silver jewelry with stones.

            For more information, these tips came from the website below.
            http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/lv_household_tips/article/0,2041,DIY_14119_4774678,00.html (09/13/2006)

            By Cyinda

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            The best thing in this case may be to get a container of liquid silver cleaner from the jewelry department at Wal - oops are we allowed to name stores? Anyway it practically lasts forever (for small items like jewelry) and works very fast and there won't be a chance that it's harmful to the silver.

            Editor's Note:
            Yes, you can name stores. (09/13/2006)

            By Lily May

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Use toothpaste, not gel, works on anything silver. (09/14/2006)

            By N. Silvers

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            This site says rubber corrodes silver so I wouldn't recommend using rubber gloves. http://www.doityourself.com/stry/silver (11/04/2007)

            By Jessica

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            You can use either toothpaste or baking soda. Clean it with a tooth brush. Rinse it thoroughly and be sure you dry it completely afterward. (03/07/2008)

            By skbeal

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            The best silver cleaner I have found is a liquid silver cleaner called Silvermate. I have used it for years and it is non-hazardous and very easy to use. If you don't like scrubbing or polishing, try it. (04/15/2009)

            By Chef Marcus

            Archive: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            What is the best way to clean silver jewelry?

            By RRomano from Houston, TX

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            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Toothpaste, but not the gel kind. It works great on anything silver. Place the toothpaste on a soft cloth or cotton and rub away the tarnish. (07/18/2009)

            By Deeli

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            I sell silver jewelry. I use a silver polishing cloth and sometimes silver polish. (07/19/2009)

            By mulberry204

            Archive: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Can I use water, baking soda, and vinegar to clean my silver jewelry that is tarnished and smoked damaged from a fire?

            By Karen from Douglas, AZ

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            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Wash with diluted, mild dish-washing liquid. Rinse thoroughly. Dry with cotton. Lay flat to air dry overnight. Wrap in jewelers's anti-tarnish tissue. Store in its own airtight plastic bag. Silver jewelry can be immersed in water for cleaning if there are no soft gemstones, pearls, crystals, or silk thread in the piece.

            Same advice as with all other jewelry: avoid getting any chemicals, including perfume, hairspray, deodorant spray, body lotion, acetone, bleach, or turpentine, onto your silver jewelry. Store your silver jewelry carefully so it needs less cleaning and doesn't get scratched. Wear your silver jewelry often! The color of silver becomes richer and more beautiful the more it's worn. (04/06/2010)

            By kffrmw88

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            I am a silversmith and I know that cigarette ashes will clean silver jewelry. I wonder if the actual ashes from the fire would also clean the jewelry? Also, you could try toothpaste. But rinse the jewelry really good to prevent the paste from getting hard and discoloring the piece. Try it. (04/06/2010)

            By wsurfs

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Try the white toothpaste with peroxide or whitener and baking soda in it. Not the gel kind. Get an old toothbrush scrub clean and rinse well. This is good for all types of jewelry. (04/08/2010)

            By laura343

            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Shining Silver: You remember years ago those commercials for the silver cleaning plates? I had bought one and through the years it has gotten misplaced. I loved it because it cleaned the tarnish off of silver easily with no chemicals and not a lot of rubbing.

            There is a way that you can make your own with items that you have in the kitchen. Grab a large glass baking dish. Place a piece of aluminum foil large enough to cover the bottom in the pan. Wash all of your silver items and place on the foil in the pan. Heat 1 quart of water to boiling. Add 1/4 cup of baking soda and 2 teaspoons of salt to the water. Pour into the pan with your silver items and cover for a minute.

            Now when you pull your items out most or all of the tarnish will be gone. (Careful! they may be HOT!) For larger items you may need to turn them several times to cover all sides.
            (04/08/2010)

            By laura343

            Archive: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            How can I remove tarnish from silver plate jewelry? The toggles become almost black, and even the sterling silver, too!

            By Kathleen from St. Louis , MO

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            RE: Cleaning Silver Jewelry

            Just get some regular toothpaste and a rag or old toothbrush, and rub the toothpaste on. Then wash it off and dry it. Should be shiny again. (09/03/2010)

            By laramay

            Coiled silver bead necklace with large silver ball.
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