Question by  stephblake (205)

How can I clean silver jewelry?

I want to clean a silver bracelet.


Answer by  Kial99 (7)

You can use baking soda to remove tarnish. Make a paste of it, using water and then gently rub it over the tarnished spots and rinse it off thoroughly. Some people try toothpaste instead of baking soda. However if the bracelet is plated or particularly delicate, you should consider getting a jeweller to clean it.


Answer by  mill (137)

You can buy silver cleaner to dip your bracelet in or if it has certain stones you can also use a polishing cloth.


Answer by  LisaDickens (68)

You can clean your silver bracelet with either homemade cleaner or store bought cleaner. A home made method is to use baking soda. Apply the baking soda to the bracelet, scrub it till the bracelet is covered, let it sit for about an hour, and then rinse well.


Answer by  Sarah13 (26)

Vinegar and Baking Soda is the best way to clean silver. You can make a pase out of it or make it a little more liquidy and just soak your jewelery. Make sure to rinse well in clean, clear water. Dry with paper towel. Also, try to store jewelery in a clean dry place.


Answer by  Jennk (388)

You can purchase a jewelry cloth which is embedded with a chemical that helps to remove the tarnish from jewelery. Another secret tip, is with toothpaste and a soft cloth! Toothpaste (the cloudy green one, not gel variety) is an excellent tarnish remover!


Answer by  usmc96gt (323)

Yes you can, you can but silver cleaner from a grocery store or walmart type of place. It is actually called silver cleaner and its located in the cleaning supply section of most stores. Another way that I have used before is baking soda and vinegar. You may want to try a small section first.


Answer by  tina63 (273)

One method is salt and foil for which you will need aluminum foil, salt, water and a soft cloth. Or, you can use baking soda, boiling water and aluminum foil. Place aluminum in a baking pan, cover the bottom with aluminum, place the silver on top, sprinkle with baking soda, and poor boiling water over the jewelry.


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

You can use Never Dull to clean and remove tarnish off brass and gold jewelry. Baking soda works just as well. However you need to mix it into a paste, using water and then gently rub it all over the jewelry's surface with a little elbow grease.

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