Messages From beadingaholics

 


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#36643 Sep 21, 2007

Is there some type of silver cleaner for bracelets such as childrens

name bracelets and mothers bracelets? I use pearls, swarovski faceted

beads, and silver.

I want to be able to clean the silver without ruining the other beads.

I'm not sure if it will ruin the other beads but I'd rather be safe

than sorry.

Thanks =)

Sincerely,

Kerri L. Houston

Devalon Shih Tzu

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#36759 Sep 25, 2007

I use regular old white toothpaste. It is great for cleaning silver

and as far as I know, it won't harm any of the other things around

the silver. I use a soft bristle tooth brush (like a child's tooth

brush) and a little bit of toothpaste. The toothpaste that I use is

regular old Crest: no peroxide, no baking soda, no whitening, just

regular toothpaste. It works great and I don't know any one that's

allergic to toothpaste. I'm allergic to almost all of the commercial

jewelry cleaning agents so I've found other things that work: vinegar

works great on copper, a baking soda paste works great on stainless

steel and toothpaste on silver.

Kyndra


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