How to Clean Jewelry
SilverRinse in warm water and pat dry. If silver is tarnished, use a silver-polishing cloth or a jar of silver-cleaning fluid, such as Goddard's Silver Dip (available at drugstores). (Silver cleaner won't harm gold and platinum, but it won't clean them, either.) For jewelry with intricate designs, use a silver-cleaning paste, which can get into small crevices. (Don't use toothpaste or other abrasive cleaners, which will scratch.) Wipe with a clean, soft cloth.
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