I have a strange thing happening.
I have a tall vertical display case with 3 halogen lights in the top.
There are three shelves. It is all glass. There are little round
holes where the shelving brackets fit in. The sterling chains on the
jewelry are tarnishing unevenly and at a ridiculously fast pace. The
only real area for air to get in are the holes that run up and down
for the brackets.
Am I crazy to think maybe the lights and the heat are causing this?
Halogens can get so hot! I’m thinking of lowering the top shelf but
the lights need to stay on. Has any one out there had similar
problems? Those anti tarnish strips may be the next plan.
And…any advise on tumbling the tarnished chains??? I have both
vibratory and rotary tumblers.
Thanks for any advise!