There is an abundance of jewellery in the market. But sterling silver is one of the most popular materials for jewellery, it has a natural defect: tarnish easily. When contacts with oxygen or sulfur, the surface of sterling silver will oxide and appear dirty and discoloured. By using Several simple methods you can clean your sterling silver jewellery easily.
1. Dishwashing soap.
2. White toothpaste.
3. Baking soda
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We can use detergent with warm water and baking soda to clean silver jewelry.
we drop the silver jewelry tea(from tea bag) with warm water. after some time it'll be clean.
These methods are helpful apart from these you can also try below-mentioned techniques.
No doubt, silver jewellery tarnish when it exposed to water. Or even it got some stains when it interacts with sprays, perfumes etc. In the past, to clean my silver jewellery, I kept it in distilled white vinegar for one hour. Addition of 2-3 spoons of baking soda also gives good results. After that, you can clean it with water and dry it with a cotton cloth. Nowadays, I am using Coat & Shine's silver cleaner from here https://www.coat-shine.com/en-us/clean_silver. You just need to take a few drops of this cleanser on an already given microfibre cloth and then can clean your jewellery without any damage. Yeah! Most of my silver jewellery is a little expensive and have stones, that's why I prefer this product.
However, I also heard that the use of toothpaste with soft toothbrush could give good results to clean silver jewellery. Similarly, you can also replace the toothpaste with soapy water as well.