jewelry. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 06:02:49 AM
If you do want to wear the jewelry at home, make sure you do not wear it while doing the dishes or engaging in any kind of work that involves the use of water.
Phosphate-free detergent is also recommended. You also probably have heard of many people using toothpaste in cleaning their sterling silver jewelry. However, experts warn that it might actually be too coarse, leaving dull scratches on your silver item.
Putting your silver at a safe place and keeping them away from the abovementioned chemicals are not enough. It is also necessary for you to clean your silver pieces. The other problem faced by silver jewelry owners is tarnish build-up. This is when you notice that your silver jewelry begins to 'dull,' which is a natural occurrence when silver reacts with the hydrogen sulphide or sulphur in air. However, do not be afraid when you see this, as it is easily managed. There are many polishes which can remove silver tarnish build-up, and you can find these polishes or solutions, as well as the cloths to wipe your silver, in stores you frequent, such as hardware stores and specialty craft stores. Upon seeing tarnish, it is best to clean it right away, as this is also the time when it is easily removed. Regular cleaning will assure you of gleaming silver which will last you a lifetime.
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