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  • Ashley Majdan

    Clean silver jewelry- line a small dish with aluminium foil, a handful of baking soda, toss in your silver and top with boiling water. It instantly removes tarnish chemically free! Rinse jewelry in cold water afterwards.

  • Diana Stevenson

    Cleaning Silver Jewelry - 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.

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