We love silver jewelry, but we’re not glad that quickly turns black, and loses its shine. Do not worry, you can clean it quickly and easily!
There are various means by which you can restore the beauty of your silver jewelry. Look at that!
Clean your silver jewelry with cigar ash
The most common way to clean silver jewelry is by ash from cigarettes. Cigarette ash is a successful tool because of its chemical composition, which gives it a slightly abrasive action.
Mix the ashes with lemon juice or water, soak a cloth in the resulting liquid, and rub the silver.
Cleaning with baking soda
To clean silver by using baking soda you will need 1 tablespoon of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of sea salt, pure aluminum saucepan or a piece of aluminum foil and a small clean towel.
Step 1: Depending on the size and quantity of silver jewelry you want to clean, select the saucepan and fill with enough water. Add salt to the water and let it boil. If you do not use the ordinary aluminum pan or insert a piece of aluminum foil into the water.
Step 2: Remove the pan from the stove, put all the silver that you want to clean it, and then add a little baking soda. Keep your silver in the pan for about 15-20 minutes
Step 3: Remove the silver from the pan and wipe it the clean soft towel. Leave your silver to dry.
Clean your silver jewelry with vinegar
And vinegar can be successfully used to clean silver.
Pour the vinegar into a bowl and dip the silver in it. Hold it for about 20 minutes, during which time it clean and gently rub the toothbrush. Then remove the silver from the vinegar and soak it in warm water. When I do that, you are left to just wipe with a towel and make sure that all fat slept with jewelry.
Cleaning with toothpaste
Toothpaste that is rich in fluoride. Because of that can be very effective for cleaning silver.
Apply some paste on the brush and mild circular motion rub jewelry. When finished, rinse the silver in cold water, wipe with a towel and allow it to dry.
Clean with mild detergent
We all have some detergent in the house. Just make sure that this opportunity to use some mild phosphate-free.
Pour a little detergent in hot water, soak the silver with a soft cloth and gently wipe your jewelry. When done, remove and allow it to dry.
- For any of these methods you choose, be very careful not to damage the silver.
- When you do not wear your silver jewelry, keep it in a sealed plastic bag.