Some common household products that help to clean jewelry include aluminum foil, Alka-Seltzer, ketchup and toothpaste. Some others are beer, club soda, ammonia and baking soda. More »

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Clean tarnished silver jewelry using a variety of household products, including aluminium foil, baking soda, laundry detergent, toothpaste and vinegar. Try mixing 1/2 cup of white wine vinegar with 2 tablespoons of bakin... More »

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Products such as Connoisseurs Jewelry Cleaner can be used to clean most types of jewelry at home, while Connoisseurs Silver Polishing Cloth and similar products can be used to polish certain types of jewelry. A variety o... More »

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Clean tarnished silver by placing a piece of aluminum foil in the bottom of a kitchen sink, filling the sink with warm water and adding 2 tablespoons of salt. Immerse the silver, let it soak for three minutes, and rinse ... More »

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Baking soda, when it contacts aluminum, such as aluminum foil, creates a chemical reaction that removes the tarnish from silver. This can be done by dissolving one cup of baking soda in one gallon of hot water, pouring i... More »

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One of the best and most inexpensive ways to clean chrome is with aluminum foil. This is done by crinkling the foil up and wet ting it. More »

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Make a homemade silver tarnish remover using aluminum foil, baking soda and boiling water. Because the remover must be hot when you use it, you need to mix a fresh batch and replace the aluminum foil each time you clean ... More »

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