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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Clean tarnish from your pure gold jewelry by immersing the jewelry in warm water with a couple of drops of dish soap and rubbing gently with your fingers or a washcloth. Do not use this method for gold jewelry that incor... More »

To clean tarnished white gold, gather a bowl, mild dish soap, warm water, baking soda, a soft toothbrush, and a microfiber towel or jewelry polishing cloth. Soak the white gold item in soap and water, apply baking soda, ... More »

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There are several ways of cleaning silver jewelry including one method that makes use of aluminum foil and baking soda, which is ideal for small jewelry pieces such as earrings and those with intricate designs. In some c... More »

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To clean sterling silver earrings, place them in a bowl containing water, vinegar, salt, baking soda and aluminum foil. Polish them with a cloth after soaking. This 20-minute method requires a bowl, boiling water, alumin... More »

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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Aluminum foil, baking soda, vinegar and ketchup are some common household items that do a good job polishing silver. Several common ingredients to make homemade silver polish, according to Reader's Digest. More »

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