you could use Boiling water in a Plastic bowl with Bicarb of Soda added and a crumbled up piece of foil added. Place item in the mix and as long as it is touching the
foil it will shine. Take out and wipe dry. Wear gloves and e very careful of the Hot water.
The traditional way would be to use a cleaning wadding for silver. Best wishes.
Put the silver items in a bowl of appropriate size and cover them with white distilled vinegar. Add baking soda into the bowl – the approximate proportions are 4 tablespoons of baking soda for every cup of vinegar. Leave the silver in the mixture for 1 hour. Rinse with clean water and dry well with soft cotton cloth.
Here's a couple of methods depending on what your silver project is:
I use silver polish. I find it's just as easy as the diy methods.
Baking soda and toothpaste works for me
Hello Alt. You can clean your silver using this method: line a bowl with foil, add one tablespoon of baking soda and one tablespoon of salt. Pour warm water in the bowl and stir. Put your silver piece into this solution. It must come into contact with the foil. Leave it set for a couple minutes. Then rinse with clean water. Lay your item out on a clean dry towel and allow to dry.
Hope this helps you clean your silver. Quickly restore your jewelry or tableware with vinegar, water and baking soda. This cleaning agent is a great option for many things including your tarnished silver. Mix 1/2 cup of white vinegar with 2 tablespoons of baking soda in a bowl of lukewarm water. Let the silver soak for two to three hours.
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Hello -jewelry or housewares like tea settings?
More information might be helpful.
For jewelry I like to use the jewlers impregnated cloth for jewelry Like this— non toxic made in USA
Additionally this might help
7 Ways to Clean Silver and Remove Tarnish - Salvaged Living
Here is a natural way to clean silver. https://www.treehugger.com/how-to-clean-silver-with-green-ingredients-4864125#:~:text=Water%2C%20Baking%20Soda%2C%20and%20Aluminum,foil%20rather%20than%20the%20silver.
I wrote a tutorial post that might help you - https://chascrazycreations.com/silver-cleaning-hacks-15/
Perhaps these ideas will help:
Hello, this is the cheapest way to clean all your silver, hope it helps you out,
I use silver polish. Some of the dip methods will take away some of the patina that is embedded in the engravings. Yes polishing is a pain....but that's my go to method.
Hi Alt: Is this silverware, silver plate, silver jewelry? Check these sistes:
General silver cleaning, all types of silver:
When I inherited by grandmother's silver cutlery from the 1950's it was very tarnished. I purchased several large bottles of cheap ketchup and put them in a plastic tub filled with it to cover. After soaking a few hours, I washed off.
Here is an easy way to clean silver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RngNlLjKerg