How to clean Silver Jewellery? Well actually its very simple with either Bicarbonate of soda or toothpaste.The experts in silver jewellery have always known grandmas secret of using silver foil and bicarbonate of soda. Heres a great video to show you how its done using baking powder and a snap guide to using toothpaste
Both of these cleaning options work quite amazingly and obviously for bigger items, the baking soda is the better option. But for silver jewellery toothpaste might just be the right way to go.
You can of course use polishing cloths for Silver Jewellery and Town Talk Anti Tarnish Silver Polishing Cloths do the job brilliantly.
Top tips on keeping Silver Jewellery from Town Talks Mr TT’s
“Jewellery scratches so very easily, it’s always wise to keep precious items apart from each other by wrapping them individually in tissue paper, cotton wool or one of my Polishing Cloths.”
“To keep your jewellery looking bright and new, always store each item in separate boxes or the compartments of your jewellery box. Otherwise, hang it up!”
“The setting and stones of most jewellery need to be cleaned regularly, especially if the piece is worn everyday. Small particles of dirt can get inside intricate fittings and dislodge the stones.”
“Earring clips, butterflies and the clasps on bracelets and necklaces are effectively springs and may need to be adjusted from time to time, to ensure they function properly.”