Cleaning up our silverware can seem like a chore because cleaning dishes, teapots, sugar bowls, nickel plated copper trays or silver can take us a long time. In addition, chemicals designed to clean silverware that are sold in supermarkets and small shops smell bad.
Indeed, there are several alternatives softer and easier to use to recover the new look of your silverware, canopy or even jewelry.
1- Use sodium bicarbonate :
For this use of baking soda, you need a ceramic or glass hollow bin, a sheet of aluminum foil that will be placed in the bin by putting the shiny side up.
Subsequently, take the silver objects you need to clean and put the equivalent of a tablespoon of baking soda on each item to clean.
Then add very boiling water over the objects so that they are all covered.
If you think your cutlery is clean enough, remove the canopy and rinse it under water and wipe it with a towel.
2- Use the alcohol and water :
Mix mineral water with household alcohol and wet a rag with this mixture. Clean the silver products with this cloth and rinse them with water.
Then put them to dry in a cloth and polish them with microfibre cloth.
3- Use the black soap :
This ecological trick not only cleans and shines the silver items, but is also used to clean tiles, parquet flooring and so on.
Simply pour liquid black soap into a container and mix it with hot water. Soak the products you want to clean for 5 minutes. Then rub the whole with a toothbrush and wipe with a soft cloth.