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Did you know that you could use baking soda for cleaning your sterling silver jewelry? run water over the piece to be cleaned and rub baking soda on and it will take off the tarnish,rinse and polish w
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Did you know? Share what you Know!

posted at 11/3/2010 9:34 AM EDT
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Did you know that you could use baking soda for cleaning your sterling silver jewelry? run water over the piece to be cleaned and rub baking soda on and it will take off the tarnish,rinse and polish with a paper towel.You can also line a bowl with aluminum foil shiny side up ,put 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda and a teaspoon of salt onto the foil place the pieces to be cleaned into the bowl on top of the foil add one drop of dish soap and very hot even boiling water to just cover the jewelry,let set for a minute or so and rinse off,polish with a paper towel.It is safe for most gems.Do not use on pearl,emerald or opal jewelry.I use this all the time especially on my tourquoise and silver jewelry.Try it and let me know what you think.

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posted at 11/3/2010 11:10 PM EDT
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Don't use water on rhinestone jewelry. It will cause them to darken.

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posted at 11/6/2010 4:47 PM EDT
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Baking soda is good for so much things.

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