Very inexpensive. Turns silver beautiful and shiny. Polish silver the old fashioned way. Leaves behind a protective coating. Can also be used on gold, brass, copper and aluminum. Easy to use. Put it on. Let it dry. Buff it off.
This product can be messier to use than other silver polishes.
Made from 100% cotton fiber. Works for both silver and platinum. Treated with environmentally friendly materials. Can be used on jewelry. Large size. No mess when using this cloth. The white part of the cloth is treated and can be used many times. Best for jewelry or small items.
Good for silver, but cannot clean many other stones or copper, brass or stainless steel.
Convenient. No more searching for rags. Removes tarnish effectively. Also works on other precious metals. Works quickly. Easy to use. Very tarnished silver gets very clean with these wipes. Brings antiques back to life. Easy to apply. Very little mess when you clean.
This product is a little pricey, considering there are only 20 1-time use wipes in each jar.
This cleaner works by dipping your silver jewelry in the solution. It includes a little basket to help you retrieve your jewelry. Solution is for reuse again and again. Works fast. Safe enough for old jewelry.
This product is not safe to use with pearls. Other stones should not be left in the solution for a long period of time.
Great for cleaning tarnished items. Can make your rings like new again. Easy to use. Can handle items that have been neglected for many years. Does not smell as bad as some other products on the market.
This product is not recommended for porous stones.
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Silver is only impressive when it shines. Unfortunately, even the finest silver tarnishes, so it will need a little polishing from time to time. Before using a silver cleaner, be sure you know what kind of silver you have. Sterling silver with extensive tarnishing may require a more abrasive cleaner, but using something harsh may cause the silver to chip off. Besides the abrasive quality, you have a few other options when it comes to silver cleaners. You can purchase silver cleaner in the form of a cream, treated wipes, or a dip-and-retrieve solution. If smell is a factor, look for a brand that is less odoriferous. Non-toxic, environmentally friendly options are also available.
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