You’ve probably thought about cleaning your silver jewelry a bunch of times. It always occurs to you when you’re searching through your jewelry box to find that silver bracelet or ring that’ll go just perfectly with what you’re planning on wearing to your friend’s birthday party. But alas, you find it and remember all over again that it’s tarnished beyond recognition. It goes back into the deepest corner of your jewelry box, so this happens over and over again, like Groundhog Day.
You have a perfectly good bracelet that’s just sitting there, waiting to be worn. Let’s be real, you probably have a handful of tarnished jewelry that you’ve been avoiding dealing with. One quick dunk in silver cleaning solution, and it would be good as new.
Cleaning your jewelry can be scary, because you’re worried that the cleaner could ruin it. That is a valid concern, but we’re here to help. No non-porous precious or semi-precious gems, like ruby, topaz, amethyst, garnet, sapphire, peridot, aquamarine, should go into the silver cleaning solution. Neither should pearls. If you have silver jewelry with these gems in them, take a trip to your jeweler and see if they can be sparkled up. It might go without saying, but any jewelry that is not silver, like gold, should not go into the silver cleaning solution.
We rounded up the best silver and jewelry cleaning solutions for you. These solutions are strong and will restore your beloved silver bracelet back to its gleaming self. You won’t have to put your favorite jewelry in the corner anymore.
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