I tried wiping them off with a Wright's polishing cloth and it did
I also learned that Wright's polishing cream does not work with
Argentium Sterling. Try an ionic cleaner or Tarni-Shield (3M)
Hi, As has been discussed in my articles, Trevor's blog, and Orchid,
Goddard's Long Shine Silver Care Cloth is the "icing on the cake"
when it comes to Argentium Sterling's tarnish resistance. It is the
recommended final step for work made in Argentium Sterling
Silver----especially if no heat has been used on the silver. Here's a
link to the Goddard's site, where you can buy them individually, or
by the case: http://www.goddards.com/html/productCategory.php?cat=2
The cloths are so large, that I cut them in 1/2 or quarters, to give
to clients with custom work. Since I use a "pinking shears" (leaves a
zig-zag edge) the cloth looks like a full new piece.
One suggestion: The cloth comes in a cardboard box. I think it wise
to store the cloth in a plastic bag, to preserve its chemicals.
By the way, I've used the liquid solution, as well, on deeply
textured silver. (I assume that the chemicals are approximately the