How to Polish Silver Jewelry?

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Silver jewelry is one of the most popular jewelry varieties of jewelry makers and jewelry designers. It's possible to see silver jewelry that never goes out of fashion in a variety of jewelry collections every year. Providing artistic authenticity to jewelry designers, the silver can easily be processed to adapt to trends. Its authenticity, lightweight and easy to process are the elements that keep silver jewelry popular.


How do you clean silver jewelry?

Silver jewelry can be used for longer periods of time, even though it can get dark, since it is easy to clean and polish. Care and care must be taken to extend the service life of the metal used in silver jewelry. Black silver jewelry can be cleaned and refreshed and easily restored. Metal polishing water must be used to clean silver jewelry. With regular maintenance, silver jewelry continues to maintain its value. However, if the cleaning agents are used intensively and overused in this process, the silver jewelry can be damaged by wear. When cleaning, you should prefer a soft cloth or sponge and avoid abrasive cleaning products such as sulfur.

How do you polish silver jewelry?

Sulfur, one of the materials contained in silver jewelry that is prone to matting over time, is not resistant to blackout. Therefore, it may deform, matrix the color and decrease the brightness. Certain intervals and maintenance of silver jewelry help to extend the service life of the silver jewelry. You can polish dark silver jewelry or make a silver jewelry finish to brighten it. Coating and polishing are the most common methods for silver polishing. You can use anti-smudging agents when coating is made so that the silver jewelry looks more stylish and shiny. Before using metal polishing fluids that contain special anti-dark oils, you must shake well and make sure that the skin does not irritate. Silver and metal polishing liquids do not require too much scrubbing, unlike the method of cleaning using lemon, salt, toothpaste, carbonate and vinegar. This allows silver jewelry to look clean and shiny. If the stains on the silver jewelry become molded and layered, you can rub and hold the silver polishing liquid through a sponge or soft cloth. You can then wash the silver jewelry with warm water and continue to use it in its old shiny look.
 

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