5 Easy Steps to Clean Silver

I have to admit, I’m having a hard time believing Thanksgiving has already come and gone!
And while many people are spending their post-Thanksgiving days shopping for the best holiday deal, I couldn’t help but look for ways to rejuvenate a few things I already own.
In the last several months, I have been looking at my collection of tarnished jewelry hanging from the wall. It was a sad sight. I finally decided it was time to give these favorites a fresh look.

Surprisingly, it only involved a quick 5 step process that uses basic kitchen supplies to clean my tarnished silver.5 Easy Steps to Clean Silver

Step 1: Line a glass baking dish with aluminum foil and lay your pieces inside.
Step 2: Boil enough tap water to cover all the pieces.
Step 3: Sprinkle the pieces with baking soda.
Step 4: Pour the boiling water over the baking soda covered pieces.
Step 5: Let the baking soda and water do their magic. Use a wooden spoon to move things around if you need to. The more each piece touches the aluminum foil, the cleaner it will get.

5 Easy Steps to Clean SilverWhile the results are not perfect, and maybe we could have done better with a store-bought polish and LOTS of time polishing, I prefer the well-loved vintage look and we did it in record time with very little mess and with items from the pantry. 5 Easy Steps to Clean Silver

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5 Easy Steps to Clean Silver