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Sterling Silver Ring Discolored by Denture Cleaner

I'm so stupid. I have 4 rings all are sterling silver. I'm heartbroken. I put them in denture cleaner. I thought it would clean them good. Are they ruined" It was my mother's ring that my sons got me. my wedding set, and my Christmas present from my husband. Omg

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April 9, 20180 found this helpful
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Try to clean your sterling silver jewerly with natural solutions like mild soap and warm water, that works for me along with a polishing cloth.

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April 10, 20180 found this helpful

Thank you. Lesson learned. I'm gonna take these to a jewelry shop and see if they can fix them. I'll do it right next time. Thank you again

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August 14, 20180 found this helpful

Thank you so much. I thought I lost them forever. Came out great. I'm so happy.

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April 11, 20180 found this helpful

I would take them to a jeweler and have them clean and polish them.

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April 13, 20180 found this helpful

Having your rings professionally cleaned sounds good but it could be costly with that many rings.

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June 19, 20180 found this helpful

Sadly. .
I did the same thing to my silver rings with denture cleaner :(

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June 20, 20180 found this helpful

Plain white toothpaste may help. Just a basic one, not with whitening power or any of that...like a plain original Colgate or even a plain generic brand. When I used to have a set of sterling silverware, I had one that was accidentally left in the sink overnight with dish soap (it fell into a soaking pan of yuck) when I found it it was all discolored and awful looking. Polishing it with plain old white toothpaste on a white cloth got it back. It took a few times of rubbing, but it worked.

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July 6, 20180 found this helpful

For all of my jewelry, I use a small amount of toothpaste and a soft bristled toothbrush to clean them. They come out sparkling and shining just like new.

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April 1, 20190 found this helpful

That has happened to me. i clean my dishes with a little bleach, and the bleach turned by silver rings grayish-white.


I cleaned the rings with mild liquid dish detergent and water. then I used a tiny bit of toothpaste. Rub the toothpaste in with a soft cloth under and top of the ring. Rinsed it off, then puff the ring. IT'S GOOD AS NEW.

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