A. Keep them away from wood Wood and chemically treated surfaces can stain or speed up the tarnishing process of your jewelry B. Store them in a ziplock bag Squeeze out all the air before sealing the ziplock bag can prevent moisture & air C. Store your silver with chalk Chalk can absorb moisture or invest in silica packs if you find them too dusty D. Keep them away from skincare Do not wear your jewelry to the pool! Lotions, spray, and perfume is the things you want to avoid your jewelry getting in contact with.
Step I.Mix some soap with warm water and soak your silver jewelry sit in the solution for about 5 minutes.
Step II. Use a soft toothbrush to gentle scrub away tarnish from any crevices in the jewelry.
Step III.Rinse each piece in a bowl of clean, warm water. (If rinsing over the sink, use a drain catcher to prevent dropping any jewelry down the drain).
Dry each piece of jewelry with a soft cloth. Don't use a paper towel, which can scratch the soft surface of silver jewelry.
Use these tips to clean your gold jewelry: 1. Start off by cleaning with a soft cloth to remove dust 2. For tougher stains, wash in normal water mixed with a gentle detergent-like dishwashing liquid. 3. You can also dip and submerge your gold or silver in vinegar, milk, or tomato juice. 4. To clean uneven areas, sprinkle baking soda and clean with a moist cloth.
Make a Baking Soda Bath 1. Place a sheet of aluminum foil in a bowl. 2. Mix about 1 tablespoon of baking soda into a quart of hot water. 2. Place your Turquoise jewelry for 0.5 hours in the bowl. 3. Take out your sterling silver rings with stones and buff them gently, with a dry cloth.