How Do You Clean Silver Jewelry With Baking Soda, Kosher Salt And Foil?
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Over time, silver jewelry becomes oxidized as a result of a chemical reaction with sulfur-containing substances present in the air, according to University of Wisconsin chemistry professor Bassam Z. Shakhashiri. The oxidation results in a darkened, or tarnished, finish on your jewelry, which can cause the jewelry to lose some of its original detail and beauty. You can reverse the oxidation process and return your silver jewelry to its original, shiny condition without investing in special chemicals, cleaners or tools. Line the bottom of a pan or dish with aluminum foil, and place your silver jewelry on top of the foil. Measure and pour 8 cups of water in a large pot, and bring it to a boil on a stove top over high heat. Remove the water from the heat, and place the pot in the sink. Add 1/2 cup baking soda and 1/2 cup kosher salt to the hot water. The mixture will begin to froth. Pour the mixture over the jewelry in the pan. Make sure the water completely immerses the jewelry. Wait 2 to