I truly detest polishing silver.  So much so that with the silver household items around the house, I’ve conveniently convinced myself that the tarnished kind of silver is the kind of silver I like.  More rustic and authentic than the perfectly polished kind.  When it comes to silver jewellery though, it is a slightly more difficult case to argue.  Tarnished silver jewellery is less rustic and more…drab.  I stumbled across this ‘how to’ on a friends page and decided there would be no harm in giving it a try.  I’m very glad I did.  It worked a treat. Sparkly, shiny-as-new silver jewellery with next-to-no effort required at all.

Here are the ‘How To’ instructions I used>>>

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Easy Silver Jewellery Cleaning | brownpaperbelle.com{Thanks to Sam for the suggestion!}

2 Comments on All That Shines Is Silver

  1. Dolly Rubiano
    October 24, 2013 3:50 am at 3:50 am (4 years ago)

    Very useful info, thanks for sharing! On the other hand, can you also post how to tarnish silverware? Thanks in advance!

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    • brownpaperbelle
      October 25, 2013 12:59 pm at 12:59 pm (4 years ago)

      Hi Dolly! Thanks for the comment. I have no tips on how to tarnish silverware except…don’t polish it for a really long time! I’m sure there are ways to speed up the process though! Although I’ve never had to look into it 🙂

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