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  • Anita Langenbacher

    De-tarnish ALL your silver ALL at once... line your sink with aluminum foil, add 1/2 c table salt, 1/2 c. baking soda, fill with hot water, then dump in all your Self! cleaning silver! Let sit for about 30 min. The tarnish all transfers to the foil! Thanks, Susan Branch!

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This is my Easy Clean-Up Shortcut for the @gooseberrypatch Simple Shortcut Scavenger Hunt: Cleaning silver with baking soda and aluminum foil...works like a dream!

De-tarnish ALL your silver ALL at once... line your sink with aluminum foil, add 1/2 c table salt, 1/2 c. baking soda, fill with hot water, then dump in all your silver! Let sit for about 30 min. The tarnish all transfers to the foil!

De-tarnish ALL your silver ALL at once... line your sink with aluminum foil, add 1/2 c table salt, 1/2 c. baking soda, fill with hot water, then dump in all your silver! Let sit for about 30 min. The tarnish all transfers to the foil! Thanks, Susan Branch! // ??

De-tarnish silver. Line your sink with aluminum foil. Add 1/2 c table salt, 1/2 c. baking soda, fill with hot water, then dump in all your silver! Let sit for about 30 min. The tarnish will transfer to the foil!

Detarnish ALL your silver ALL at once... line your sink with aluminum foil, add 1/2 c table salt, 1/2 c. baking soda, fill with hot water, then dump in all your silver! Let sit for about 30 min. The tarnish all transfers to the foil! Thanks, Susan Branch!

How to clean your glass cooktop using baking soda and water. This may make me not hate my flat top stove.

1. Put water, 1 TBSP baking soda and aluminium foil (shiny side up) into a saucepan. 2. Bring to the boil. 3. Place your silverware into the saucepan, only a couple of pieces at a time. This should only take about 10 seconds but if they are really tarnished they may need a bit longer. 4. Use your tongs to fish out your silverware and marvel at how shiny it is! 5. Buff dry with a dry cloth.

How to clean your glass cooktop using baking soda and water

Aluminum Foil, Boiling Water, Baking Soda and Salt: Keep your sterling shined with this seemingly magic method. Line your sink or a bucket with aluminum foil, and drop in tarnished silver. Pour in boiling water, a cup of baking soda and a dash of salt. Let sit for a few minutes. The tarnish will transfer from the silver to the foil

De-tarnish Your Silver- line basin with foil, add 1/2 c salt, 1/2 c baking soda, & fill with hot water. Add all your silver & soak for 30 mins. The tarnish all transfers to the foil.

Seriously clever! A headlamp around a gallon of water = ambient light for your tent and a great night lamp when the power is out.