Silver is a very active precious metal that easily oxidizes and turns black. Blackened silver jewelry can be cleaned with Jewelry Anti-Tarnish Paper, toothpaste, alcohol, vinegar, tea, etc.
- Jewelry Anti-Tarnish Paper
- Toothbrush with toothpaste
We squeeze a bit of toothpaste onto our silver jewelry, find a soft-bristled toothbrush, brush it back and forth gently, and finally, rinse it with water to turn the silver white and bright, which is the most common method.
- Use alcohol or ammonia
We can use alcohol or ammonia to scrub silver jewelry.
- Wash with vinegar or tea
We can also use vinegar or strong tea water to scrub silver jewelry every day.
- Soak with Coke
We pour the daily Coke into the cup, and then put the silver jewelry into it to soak, which is more suitable for more complicated silver jewelry. Just use this method, soak it for a while, and then wash it.