A concoction of hot water, baking soda and dish soap with a piece of tin foil at the bottom is one of the easiest cleaners for silver jewelry. This mixture is gentle on silver and cheap to produce. More »

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To make a natural jewelry cleaner, pour 1/2 cup of vinegar or witch hazel and one drop of tea tree oil in a glass jar. Place the jewelry in the jar, and soak it overnight. More »

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Homemade jewelry cleaners are very effective. People usually use boiling water, detergent or vinegar. Baking soda and salt are also used to maintain and clean jewelry. More »

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Make a sterling silver cleaner by placing the jewelry in a nonreactive bowl lined with a piece of aluminum foil and then pouring a solution of baking soda, salt and hot water into the bowl. Once the tarnish disappears, r... More »

To clean silver jewelry, place 1 tablespoon salt and 1 teaspoon baking soda on a foil-covered pie plate, add hot water, stir the mixture, and submerge the jewelry in it. This 30-minute procedure requires a pie plate, alu... More »

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To make your own jewelry cleaner, cover a bowl with aluminum foil, and pour in 1 tablespoon of salt, 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 1 teaspoon of dish detergent. Pour 1 cup of hot water over the ingredients. Let the jew... More »

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The gentlest and least harmful way to clean silver jewelry is to apply diluted non-phosphate, citrus-free dish soap, such as Dawn Original Non-Concentrated Dishwashing Liquid, and then rinse in warm water and buff dry wi... More »

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