Do you want to clean silver and are you looking for an infallible method? What are the best tricks to clean silver without damaging it? What to do if your jewelry or silverware are very dirty and you can not clean them?
We all have in our homes some items that are made of authentic silver, bringing great beauty and sophistication.
The problem comes with the passage of time since that characteristic brightness can be diminished and sometimes we do not know well how to clean silver jewelry, silver chains, silver objects, coins or even ornaments and we do not know well the best way.
Fortunately there are many methods that are responsible for restoring them. Be very careful with chemicals because they could affect the structure of the object itself. That is why we have compiled a series of natural methods that will be responsible for respecting it at all times.
Baking soda is a white powder is very useful for cleaning silver at home. The idea is to heat water in a container, incorporate it and mix it. A paste will be created that we will apply to the silver objects.
Make sure they are clean before doing so, apply, rub the silver well and then rinse them so there is no trace left.back to menu ↑
Soak your silver pieces for about 10 minutes in a mixture of a glass of warm water with half a glass of ammonia. Then clean and be amazed at how it looks.
This is a much more rudimentary method but effective in any case effective when cleaning silver. The first thing we have to do is wash the element with soap and water. After that we will take care of spreading the toothpaste throughout the object (first we will do it with the hand and then with a cloth or towel to be able to extend it perfectly).
After doing so, we must rinse it with soap and observe the result.back to menu ↑
Lemon Juice and Salt
Leave your pieces of silver overnight in a bowl with a tablespoon of lemon juice, a glass and a half of water and half a glass of milk powder.back to menu ↑
This tip will be useful for not having to clean your silver pieces with such regularity. You just have to place some chalks in the place where you store your jewelry or cutlery. The main property of the chalk is that it absorbs moisture, so it facilitates the maintenance of a unique appearance.back to menu ↑
Cornstarch and water are great allies when it comes to cleaning silver. You just have to apply it with a damp cloth and wait for it to dry. Then use a scourer to remove every last trace.back to menu ↑
To clean the silver with this trick you will only have to boil a liter of water, with a spoonful of baking soda and a piece of aluminum foil.
You will only have to put in the water the pieces of silver that you want to clean for about 15 seconds. The silver will be impeccable in a matter of an instant!
This product is sensational to leave silver as bright as the first day.
Especially, these are the steps to clean black silver when it has been exposed to chlorine or bleach. You just have to spray some cleaner on a cloth or brush, and rub until your silver returns to its original state. You will be surprised by the result!back to menu ↑
And we end up with one of the most crazy (although effective) methods that I have been able to see. As we have done with the first method, we will put a pot with 1L of water to heat. We won’t let it boil, just let it temper.
We add a glass of ketchup and introduce the silver object we want for a quarter of an hour.
Finally apply liquid petroleum jelly on the silver object, scrub with a towel and observe its excellent final result.back to menu ↑
To get some cutlery or glowing jewels, you just have to line a container with aluminum foil and fill it with hot water. Add some laundry detergent (about a tablespoon, more or less) and rinse it after a minute. After letting it dry, your pieces will be spotless.