How To Clean Silver and Remove Tarnish

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Once the water was boiling, I added about a tablespoon of baking soda. I wish I had done this a bit differently to be honest, because I made a major mess. Next time I will use a large soup pot instead of a smaller one and I’ll only fill it half way with water, because once you add the baking soda, the water boils more heavily and expands, so there should be plenty of room for that to happen. My water/baking soda  boiled over the edge of the pot and onto my stove. The good thing is that it was pretty easy to clean up once everything cooled.

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WARNING! Be very careful when dipping and removing the silver from the hot water. I used a pair of tongs to remove the silver from the hot water and placed them in cool water immediately and let cool before handling.

Next, dip your silver pieces into the water, baking soda, foil mixture and allow to sit for about 30 seconds to a minute. Using tongs, remove the silverware from the boiling water and rinse in cool water.

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The results were seriously crazy! I had no idea they would come that clean and am so glad I decided to keep the silver pieces and try to clean them. Check out the side by side before and after below!

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These were two similar spoons from my collection…isn’t the difference between the before and after crazy? I’ll be keeping my eye out for more silver pieces at flea markets and thrift shops to add to my collection now! I just love that I didn’t have to use any crazy chemicals to clean my silver and it was sooo easy!

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