Has your beloved jewelry become lackluster over the years? Do you want to know how to revive the dead? If you've answered yes to either or both of these questions, we have the answer for you. Our YouTube friend drutter was kind enough to post a video about how to remove tarnish from silver, despite his abundant display of not knowing what he's doing. This trick can be used for anything made of silver: jewelry, coins, silverware etc. (for our sake, jewelry). Let me break it down for y'all in the simplest 4 step process ever-
1) Tear a large sheet of aluminum for and fold it in half
2) Place aluminum foil in bowl filled with boiling water
3) Add 1/2 cup to 1 cup of baking soda to the bowl and mix
4) Place silver items on top of aluminum inside bowl and watch magic happen
Our dear friend Mother Nature, otherwise known as Martha Stewart, gives similar instructions for removing tarnish from silver on her website. Instead of using a regular bowl and aluminum foil, use an aluminum pan instead. What can't she do...
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