I have a silver necklace that I got from my husband the morning after our wedding. As a result of the use of perfume, body lotions, etc. the necklace now looks dirty. I'd love to let it shine again, but I want to avoid chemicals, as I always try to do when I am cleaning anything
. Can anyone share tips on a home made remedy for jewelery cleaning? Very much appreciated.
Use white toothpaste to clean your silver jewelry. Use Catsup to clean copper.
I use the same polishing cloth that is used on silver dinnerware.
You can use tooth paste,brush and rince.Lemon based dish washing liquid,soak in warm water and dish washing liquid and rince.
Try this: line a cereal bowl with tin foil and add 1 - 2 tablespoons baking soda. Place jewlery in baking soda and add boiling water to the rim of the bowl. Let cool, rinse off jewlery (use a bit of liquid soap if needed) and let air dry.
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