How to clean jewelry naturally & silverware too

Clean jewelry with baking soda

Baking soda is known to clean oxidized silver jewelry. All you have to do is put a little of it on a soft, wet toothbrush and patiently clean your jewelry. Once the silver is clean, rinse it with clean water and make sure everything is dry!

Cleaning jewelry with lemon
Also known to grandmothers: the lemon technique for cleaning silver. Cut a lemon in half and squeeze it with a soft cloth. Scrub the gem well and then rinse it, not forgetting to always dry it well.

Clean jewelry with white-vinegar
White vinegar is a real cleaning agent, with which you can restore an entire bathroom! However, to clean your silver jewelry, you have to be patient, we explain. To clean oxidized silver jewelry with white vinegar, you should pour it into a bowl and submerge your jewelry. For the vinegar to fully work, you must wait 48 hours. You can then rinse your jewelry and wipe it dry. Come on, it's time to take out your silver jewelry and stack them to display!