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A quick way to clean silver jewelry

Have you ever wondered what would be the easiest way to clean the tarnish off of your silver cufflinks, silver earrings, silver rosary or any silver jewelry using common household products?

Here is a great hint which will remove tarnish from your silver jewelry in 4 easy steps.
Stop up your sink and run around a quart of hot water into it.Add one tablespoon of washing soda (or laundry water softener) and one tablespoon of salt into the hot water.
Place a sheet of aluminum foil on the bottom of the sink.
Place tarnished silverware on top of the aluminum foil in the sink.
Silver that is touching the foil and covered with water should become clean in around 10 seconds.

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“A quick way to clean silver jewelry”