Line a small dish with aluminum foil, a hand full of baking soda, toss in your silver and top with boiling water. It instantly removes tarnish chemically free. I need to do this. Chemical Free, Boiled Water, Aluminum Foil, Baking Sodas, Instant Removal, Silver Jewelry, Aluminium Foil, Removal Tarnished, Clean Silver
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This stuff's expensive! Dawn dish liquid, + (3) about 1 cup of water, + (4) a good empty jar -- [I use the empty jar from the first jewelry cleaner I bought about 20+ years ago.] I just add my rings to the jar and GENTLY “shake” it. I also let it sit for as long as I want when I’m busy (They’ve even been in there overnight before). All I have to do when I remove the jewelry, is rinse well. It’s AMAZING how the diamonds sparkle!!!
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MUST TRY... Pinterest user said: After months of experimenting with pinterest cleaning formulas, this is my favorite counter cleaner. I bought a spray bottle in the mop aisle at Walmart and wrote this recipe on it for easy reminder. :)T Make Your Own Homemade all purpose cleaner- Costs pennies a bottle!