Oct 09 2017 Tags: care maintenance, cleaning tips, fork bracelet, fork bracelets, fork bracelets sterling silver, genuine spoon rings, gold spoon ring, gold spoon rings, handmade spoon rings, real spoon rings, silver fork bracelets, silver spoon rings, spoon rings, spoon rings sterling silver, sterling silver fork bracelets, sterling silver spoon rings, vintage spoon rings
If you wear sterling silver spoon rings, silverplated silver spoon rings, silver fork bracelets or any other type of silver jewelry, over time you'll see it tarnish over time. Tarnish is a discoloration due to natural chemical reactions. Tarnishing may occur more or less quickly depending on air quality, exposure to water and sweat, and other factors. In addition to tarnish, silver jewelry may also accumulate other types of dirt and grime, too.
Thus, if you want to wear your silver spoon rings, fork bracelets and other silver jewelry or the long haul, you'll probably want to learn how to clean them and remove tarnish.
Did you know that you can clean most tarnished silver jewelry with regular, safe household ingredients? All you need is white vinegar and baking soda. Soak the tarnished silver piece in a solution of 1/2 cup white vinegar and 2 tbsp. baking soda (get ready for the fizzing!) for two to three hours, then rinse and dry.
If you need a deeper cleaning of polishing for sterling silver spoon rings or solid silver spoon rings, consider using a buffing wheel, or taking them for professional cleaning.
Please note that you should never use a buffing wheel or any abrasive polishing technique for silverplated silver spoon rings, or for any of our gold spoon rings. Abrasive polishing can damage the silver and gold plating.
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