Cleaning Silver at Home
We all have this tangled ball of silver jewelry sitting in a drawer, basket or box somewhere.
I recently came over me and I was a little sad to see how he became tarnished after several months of traffic …
My battery including a lovely Links of London, an old silver bracelet, a ring of Tiffany, a few pairs of earrings, etc. I also realized that, for some chemical reason, my body responds to money and their bows after some wear (I think it has to do with the alkaline balance in my body – but I’m sure someone smarter than I I can correct me on this).
I like to laugh / snort / mourn when I see the silver polished products.
They are so completely expensive and not always work.
There must be a better way.
Sad that my silver jewelry is not as well as I wanted, I have studied better, more effective way to clean silver that has produced excellent results. I was so excited. I cleaned every piece of money I could find in my house. It was amazing, I felt very accomplished. This does not exclude other silver coins such as family heirlooms, cutlery and serving utensils, picture frames, coins, silver bars even devils. I have tried some techniques, but this seems to be the magic combination. It can be used in all types of silver alloys, but you can not use other metals or jewelry. Cash only!
What you’ll need:
1) 1 cup boiling water
2) 1 tablespoon baking soda
3) 1 tablespoon of white salt
4) 1/2 cup white vinegar
5) 1 sheet of aluminum foil, shiny side up
6) bowl (I used a bowl of soup, but you can use a container or a larger bucket depending on the amount of money you have)
7) cloth (I use a microfiber cloth).
What to do:
Boil the water. Although it is boiling up, the line of the bottom of the container with aluminum foil, shiny side up. literally covered the container with aluminum foil. Then add the salt and baking soda in the bottom of the container. Add the vinegar slowly (ready to fizz) and stir to dissolve the salt and baking soda. You want all granules dissolve so that the coins can not scratch (I always think …).
Go ahead and wait
Add boiling water on his plate, then gently place each coin in the container. Let stand, the chemical reaction does all the work for you. If you wish, you can send them back (like hamburgers in Q) with salad tongs, just to make sure that both sides get the exposure sheet.
Spit & Polish
Take each piece carefully, making sure not to burn, and polish gently with the polishing cloth. You should start to see any tarnishing stands and all the original glory of your money back!
If you have charms or stone, you can try the good salsa massage tomato-old money and clean rinse … I do not think it’s okay to mix enameled charms (though I did in mine – I was ready to run the risk).
You know what I mean?
So easy, so cheap and incredibly effective! Take this advice!