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One hint. Once you polish your pieces up nicely and are ready to store them place them in tiny zip lock type bags (like the one that hold buttons when you buy an article of clothing) and store them away. By keeping oxygen from them and limiting contact with your other pieces you will have to clean them less often. carla
i have always used toothpaste and a soft toothbrush for cleaning all of my jewelry.even for a quick clean. put paste on brush(just like ur going to brush teeth,but dont use your daily toothbrush.lol) hold item to be cleaned in palm or in fingers -depends on item. using a circular motion, clean both sides-top& bottom or inside & out. rinse thuroughly in luke warm water. dry with soft towel,use blow dryer if needed. NOTE: clean jewelry before dressing. paste has a tendancy to splatter a little.(baking soda also works.) i sound like an adv. for baking soda. im not it just works well to clean lots of things.it has many other uses as well. thats for later.lol
Silver can aslo be shined with CHALK.
Just rub the chalk all over the said silver item, until the chalk pieces break off and get onto the silver and then give it a rubdown with tissue paper.
i HAVE to give this a try - got into silver jewelry a couple of years ago and it always seems to need cleaning as i'm walking out the door!
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