DIY - Tarnish Remover
DIY - Tarnish Remover
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The best-kept silver cleaning secret. Must remember this for next time!
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Cleaning sterling silver jewelry: Line a plastic or glass container with aluminum foil. Place silver jewelry on the foil making sure each piece touches the foil. Sprinkle baking 1T soda and 1T salt over and cover with 1c boiling water. Use a spoon to swirl the jewelry around until it is untarnished. (I did this and was amazed how fast it worked and how clean my sterling was!)
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Cleaning tarnished jewelry (sterling silver only) Boiling Water Glass or Plastic Dish Aluminum Foil (slightly crinkled and put on bottom of dish) Baking Soda A plastic or wooden spoon Put jewelry in a single layer with silver touching foil. Sprinkle with Baking Soda. Cover with boiling water. Gently move until silver again.
Cleaning silver Jewelry Boiling water, glass dish/bowl,aluminum foil, baking soda, wooden/plastic utensil Put water on to boil. Crinkle aluminum foil place in bottom of dish. Put jewelry in single layer on foil. Sprinkle baking soda over everything. Carefully pour boiling water over everything. Gently move items around with utensil. When shiny, remove rinse under tap water.
Crafted Love: Spring Cleaning | Cleaning Tarnished Jewelry - You will need: Boiling Water A Glass or Plastic Dish (I just used an old piece of tupperware) Aluminum Foil Baking Soda A plastic or wooden spoon (I actually used the other end of a paint brush)
Cleaning Tarnished Silver Jewelry You will need: Boiling Water A Glass or Plastic Dish Aluminum Foil Baking Soda A plastic or wooden spoon • Put some water either on the stove or in the microwave and get it to a boil. • While you are waiting for the water to boil, slightly crinkle up the aluminum foil and place it on the bottom of your dish. Put all your jewelry in a single layer making sure the silver is touching the foil. • Sprinkle a layer of Baking Soda over everything. • Pour the boiling water over everything. Be careful obviously because the water is boiling!! • You should see some bubbling and will also notice a bit of a rotten egg odor, that's the sulfuric gases. • Using your wooden or plastic spoon, gently move the silver around, flip it over, etc. making sure all of it touches the aluminum foil. You will notice your silver becoming brighter! • Once it is all back to that shiny silvery goodness, carefully remove your pieces and rinse them under tap water. **If you have any small pieces like rings or earrings, make sure to close the drain so you don't lose anything! • Dry your pieces off with a soft towel and Viola!! Nice clean jewerly! • Note: I have been told that this baking soda method of cleaning is recommended only for jewelry that is all sterling silver and those that incorporate plastic, glass or crystal beads. Some gemstones are affected by the baking soda reaction--for example, turquoise. However, I have cleaned silver jewelry with amber, onyx and emeralds without any issues.
Crafted Love: Spring Cleaning | Cleaning Tarnished Jewelry
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!
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Silver Cleaning Recipe - line your sink with aluminum foil, add 1/2 c table salt, 1/2 c. baking soda, fill with boiling water. Add sliver & let sit for about 30 min.
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.
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'm needing to try this.