Works awesome!! Next time, I will make 1/4 of what the recipe calls for since you are supposed to make it fresh every time!! Has anyone kept it and used it again later?? Thanks so much for sharing! :O)
I don't have much jewelry, and I rarely wear what I do have, so I haven't tried this. But I wanted to pass on an even easier trick a friend taught me long ago Toothpaste works great to spiff up silver hewelry. Just rub it on, then rinse it off! Obviously, dry the jewelry afterwards. (I'm a Crest regular paste gal, so I don't knonw if it would work with the "gel" types of toothpaste.))
I used this on my sterling silver puzzle ring this morning and it cleaned all the tarnish right off! Thanks so much for saving me from having to buy jewelry cleaner!
I want to tell the world this works!! After 10 minutes soaking time in this easy, inexpensive solution, my jewelry was sparkling...and without lots of rubbing or buffing! The necklaces I cleaned were handmade with lots of small intricate sterling silver beads and wire strung with artisan,dichroic glass beads. I had tried to clean these favorite pieces of mine by using a jeweler's cloth, but the material just wouldn't reach inside all the small twists and turns, leaving lots of tarnish. I can now wear all my sterling jewelry and make some more without fear of having tarnish ruin everything. Thanks so much for posting this recipe!!!
Cleaned my gold hoop earrings. Laid it directly on aluminum foil. And in less than 5 minutes it look brand new once again. Worked excellent.
Amazing! Had a silver anklet that I have worn for years and never cleaned. Looks brand new. Make sure you use the foil.
Don't do this!!! It ruined all of my Pandora jewlery!
Wow, this is amazing! Cleaned my pandora ring to look brand new. You definitely need to use the aluminum foil for proper results. Will use again for sure.
Do not use this recipe.
It took three tries to get it right but it works. The aluminum foil had to be crumpled so my fresh water pearl necklace with silver chain in between would come out silver again. I think the pearls prevented the chain from touching the foil. Also I put the piece on the foil, then added the water, dry ingredients together followed by the dish soap. That sequence worked the best for me.