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Silver Jewelry Shine & Restoration Guide at home

At least once We all witnessed our precious silver jewelry getting tarnished, blackened or even oxidized. Can one really revive the rings, necklaces and other Silver bracelets when they start to lose their shine?
Rest assured, there are ways to clean the oxidation present on your jewelry or the dirt encrusted with time.
To do this we advise you to wear a soft (preferably soft) cloth or glove and take a soft old toothbrush which will allow you to uncrust the back of your Jewelry.
Here are the best tips that will be Helping you to clean your jewelry.

Use a lemon to clean your jewelry. Dip a used toothbrush into lemon juice, and gently rub the objects. Your jewelry will regain its natural brilliance.

White vinegar
The use of white vinegar is also a possibility for cleaning your jewelry or other silver objects. However, this method will take you a little longer than the previous one. The principle is to soak your jewelry in a glass or bowl filled with white vinegar. Let the white vinegar act for 1:30 - 2 hour then rinse your jewelry with water and wipe it with your cloth.


Finally, remember that beer is very effective at eliminating the oxidation present on your jewelry. Fill a bowl or a mug of beer and let your silverware overnight in the container. Do not forget to rinse thoroughly the next day to avoid having a silver beer flavor!


Toothpaste is recognized for our teeth, sometimes to dry out the pimples, but it is also very effective in removing oxidation from metals be it jewelry or even silver dishes. So put a little toothpaste on the cloth or toothbrush you use, and gently rub the object. You will see the black or green oxidation fade away to benefit the brightness of the metal.

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