Homemade Silver Cleaner

Here’s a quick and easy way to clean any and all silver items (silverware, jewelry etc. )

Homemade Silver Cleaner

Get out a pan and line it with aluminum foil. I usually use my 9×13 cake pan for this. Make sure the shiny side of the foil is up. Now arrange your silver items on top of the foil

Pour plenty of boiling water over the silverware making sure everything is submerged.

Get your baking soda out and sprinkle it all over the pan. Then just walk away for 15 -20 minutes.

Use some tongs to remove the silver pieces and drop them in some soapy water. Give them a quick wash and then lay them out to dry. You can polish them a bit with a soft cloth.

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Comments

  1. Would this work for silver jewelry…with or without semiprecious stones?

  2. Does this just work for regular cleaning ? Or will it work for tarnished silver jewelry as well ?

    • jo annas boots says:

      i’ve used this method for years it works on all kinds of silver.jewerly yes…just do not leave turquiose in too long it will fade stone but the stone will get back its color……good luck…

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