CLEAN SILVER WITH BAKING SODA AND ALUMINUM FOIL
Over the years I have bought numerous pieces of silver at thrift stores and estate sales. Some are silverware & serving pieces I use at holiday gatherings and some are pieces I use simply to decorate my home year-round.
With the holidays coming up I wanted to show you a quick and easy way to clean silver.
- Glass Baking Dish - Aluminum Foil - Baking Soda - Salt - Boiling Water - Soft Microfiber Cloth
An Aluminum Baking Pan can be substituted for the 1st two items
HOW TO CLEAN SILVER NATURALLY
Line your glass baking dish with tin foil, shiny side up. Or grab your aluminum baking dish.
Spread your baking soda and salt on the bottom of the pan.
Add your boiling water to the pan.
Allow silver to soak for 2-3 minutes.
The water will turn a slightly yellow-ish color as the tarnish moves from the silverware to the aluminum foil.
Wash with warm soapy water, rinse and dry. Buff with a soft cloth.
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