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Use & Care Guide

Below are some recommended ways to use and care for the products we sell on our store. Please note that if you have any known allergies to any of the substances / chemicals stated on this page, please do not use them and seek the help/service of a certified professional.

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Silver Jewelry

Below are some recommended methods to safely clean your silver jewelry. Silver is a versatile metal with a soft luster that allows for beautiful jewelry. Silver is also pretty fragile compared to other commonly used metals, and it can quickly develop tarnish, stains, or scratches. It can also be a bit intimidating to attempt to clean silver pieces because they are so delicate. You don’t have to be a professional or use expensive tools to clean your silver yourself.

How to lightly clean silver jewelry

Step 1 - Pour 2 cups of hot water into bowl

You just need enough to cover the jewelry you’re cleaning. This method works as a gentle cleanser that removes tarnish without abrading the silver. If your silver is lightly tarnished, the salt bath should take the tarnish straight off.

If you’re cleaning a bunch of jewelry at the same time, you can use more water. For just one piece of jewelry, use less water.

If your jewelry has gemstones, make certain they won’t be affected by being submerged in a saltwater solution. This solution is gentle on most stones, but if you’re cleaning very fine jewelry with expensive gemstones, you’re better off getting it to a professional just in case. You can also contact your jeweler for advice.

Step 2 - Add salt & aluminum foil

Stir a good tablespoon of salt it into the hot water with a spoon until it completely dissolves. Take a sheet of aluminum foil and peel a few strips, then put them in the bowl. The combination of salt and aluminum will react with the tarnish on the silver’s surface and create a bright, shiny surface instead of the tarnish.

Tarnish happens when the surface of silver combines with sulfur and becomes silver sulfide, which is black. When silver sulfide reacts with aluminum in a salt solution, the chemical reaction between the substances turns the silver sulfide back to silver. The reaction happens faster when the solution is warm.

If you don’t have table salt available, you can use baking soda instead. It has the right properties to facilitate the same chemical reaction.

Step 3 - Submerge jewelry in solution

Allow it to rest for 5 minutes. Stir it around a bit to see whether the tarnish is disappearing. When you see that the silver’s shine has been restored, remove the silver from the solution.

If you’re dealing with deeply tarnished silver, you might have to repeat the process two or more times. Ensure the solution is completely heated, since the reaction is much slower if the solution is cool.

Step 4 - Rinse the jewelry

Run it under cool running water to rinse out the salt, then gently dry it using a soft cloth or microfiber towel. The jewelry should be good as new. If you still see signs of tarnish, repeat the process until it looks clean.


How to deep clean silver jewelry

Step 1 - Get silver polish

When tarnish develops on silver, a simple salt and aluminum bath may not suffice to get rid of it. Specially formulated silver jewelry polishes are your safest option for polishing silver jewelry, especially if you are taking care of an antique or a piece that has intricate designs etched into it.

Even special polishes can remove a layer of silver, so get a professional cleaning if you’re handling a delicate piece.

Rather than buying silver polish from the drugstore, consider buying it from a jewelry store or a store with a high-quality jewelry department.

Step 2 - Rub jewelry with a little polish

Moisten a soft silver-polishing cloth or the sponge included with the silver polish and take a small amount of polish onto the cloth. Rub the polish into the silver jewelry gently. Use only a straight-line, back-and-forth motion. Avoid scrubbing or rubbing in circles, since this can leave scratches or patterns in the surface of the jewelry Just let the polish get the job done.

Step 3 - Rinse & dry the silver jewelry

Rinse it under cool running water. Make sure to wipe off all of the polish residue so it won’t continue working on the surface of the jewelry. Dry it completely using a soft cloth.

Step 4 - Use common household products for less valuable pieces

They will usually work to remove tough tarnish, but may cause damage like pock marks or scratches. Try them at your own risk.

Toothpaste – Select a plain white toothpaste without the special whitening options. Take a soft, dampened cloth or a damp sponge and put some toothpaste on it. Gently rub over the silver jewelry in straight, back-and-forth motions. Be very gentle, and if you notice scratching at any point, stop and rinse the toothpaste off. As the cloth or sponge gets dark with tarnish, add more toothpaste to a clean part of the dampened cloth/sponge and continue gently polishing. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and dry with a soft towel.

Baking soda – Baking soda may remove stubborn tarnish, but don’t use it unless you don’t mind the risk of damaging the silver. Make a paste of baking soda and warm water, gently rub it into the surface of the jewelry, and rinse when the tarnish is removed.

Step 5 - Try a silver dip


Commercial silver “dips” can dissolve stains without rubbing the silver jewelry, although they may remove a layer of silver. Because of this, they should only be used as a last option. In contrast to what the word “dip” implies, professionals rarely actually soak silver in these products, at least not for long. Dips are generally harsh, potentially dangerous chemicals, so follow the directions carefully and consult a professional when doubtful.

Maintaining silver jewelry

Step 1 - Clean it often

Clean your silver jewelry often, and clean it promptly after use. Silver jewelry that is frequently used rarely has tarnish problems. When tarnish is not yet present, or when it’s just beginning to develop, simply wash your silver jewelry in warm (not hot) water with a gentle, phosphate-free detergent.

Prompt cleaning is especially important when the silver jewelry has been exposed to certain foods containing sulfur, or those which are acidic or salty. In particular, common foods for example, table salt, eggs, some fruits, onions, mayonnaise, and vinegar are harmful to silver.

In any case, wash your silver jewelry immediately or at the very least rinse it well with warm water, and don’t leave silver being in dishwater that may contain traces of these foods.

Step 2 - Wash it separately

It’s a great idea to wash silver separately from your other silver pieces, like bowls or silverware, because metal sinks and utensils can scratch silver jewelry.

You should also avoid using rubber gloves when washing silver, as rubber corrodes silver jewelry.

Stainless steel can also damage the finish if it enters into exposure to your silver jewelry, so avoid putting it in the sink; use a bowl to wash it in instead.

Step 3 - Dry it with a polishing cloth

Use a special polishing cloth or simply a soft, lint-free cloth to gently rub the silver clean after washing. Ensure it gets completely dry.

Silver may be so soft that even using a scratchy, rough towel may be enough to make indentations in its surface. Ensure to use a soft cloth.

As you dry the jewelry, gently buff the shine back with a soft cotton cloth.

Step 4 - Store your silver jewelry correctly


Beyond prompt and frequent cleaning, the most effective way to preserve your silver is to store it correctly. See to it each piece is completely dry before storing it. You can buy special bags for storing silver jewelry that prevent them from getting tarnished. If you don’t have the bags, use this technique:

– Wrap each piece of silverware in acid-free tissue paper or anti-tarnish paper. You can also wrap pieces in flannel.

– Store the silver in a compartment separate from the rest of your jewelry. Never keep silver jewelry where it can contact rubber, stainless steel, or paint.



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