Baking soda can clean tarnish from silver by using a chemical reaction. To clean your silver, add a tablespoon of soda to a pan of boiling water with aluminum foil in the bottom. Dip the silver into the water, (DO NOT LET IT SOAK) and move it back and forth until you see the tarnish leave. It even works on silver with a design on it like in the picture. DO NOT use this on silver with soldered handles. Wipe dry after removing it from the pan and enjoy your beautifully cleaned silver!
Clean tarnish without costly cleaners!
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