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  • Sherry Watkins

    cleaning silver - the easy way! Baking Soda as Silver Polish To polish silver: Wash items, then place on aluminum foil in the bottom of a pot. Add a baking-soda solution (¼ cup soda, a few teaspoons salt, 1 quart boiling water) and cover for a few seconds. The result? A chemical reaction that gets the black off the gravy boat.

  • Amy Koch

    Non-toxic Spring Cleaning Tip: Use Baking Soda as Silver Polish. To polish silver: Wash items, then place on aluminum foil in the bottom of a pot. Add a baking-soda solution (¼ cup soda, a few teaspoons salt, 1 quart boiling water) and cover for a few seconds. The result? A chemical reaction that gets the black off your silver jewlery, etc. Tried it and this totally works!!!

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