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you can also polish the silver with the lemon for shine its also helpful to clean the silver

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buy a silver cleaner, try the liquid one and not the powder typr.. Just keep it on a proper place after using it :)

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You will need: a shallow bowl, baking soda, aluminum foil, warm water & a soft brush. Place the foil in the bottom of the bowl and then add your jewelry. Cover with baking soda, and fold the foil over the jewelry making a little pillow...don't close it off completely because water won't be able to mix with the soda. Pour warm water over the entire pillow and let set for a couple hours. After that time, remove everything and rinse off the jewelry while gently brushing away any dirt. You might have to do process over again depending on how tarnished it is. BellaOnline ALERT: Raw URLs are not allowed in these forums for security reasons. Please use UBB code. If you don't know how to do UBB code just post here for help - we will help out!

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I think toothpaste is best to clean the jewelry. it is harmless also. i would suggest you to use this :)

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If your jewellery is silver only, without gems, and you only need to remove dirt build-up on untarnished jewellery, you can use mild soap in water and a very soft toothbrush. The toothbrush really needs to be very soft as silver scratches easily. You could also use a soft artist's brush. Make sure you pat your silver jewellery completely dry before storing. Some sites suggest to use toothpaste as a silver cleaner. This is fine for some silver items, but on jewellery this can leave scratches and I advise to use this method with caution.



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[quote]Try it with toothpaste or Silver cleaning cloth, it is very useful[/quote] I'd never tried this method to clean silver. I think it is really easy to do. I would like to follow this method. Thanks

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Hey I suggest you to only use jewelry cleaner.

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you can use the toothbrush with the mild soap water to clean silver jewelry.

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you can use the toothbrush with the mild soap water to clean silver jewelry.

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Take some lime and salt and rub it on the surface of silver item, then wash it with normal water. It citricus content in lime removes all dust and rust over it and also give a shiny look to it. !!!! I have experienced this many time and it really works !!!!

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