I get this question a lot. What’s the best commercial cleaner to recommend, particularly for chains? I did look at some very old threads about this but am wondering if there are newer, better solutions. Many thanks.
I use Connoisseurs Silver Jewelry Cleaner. It is quick, easy, does a great job and relatively inexpensive. It works great on chains. One 7 oz container lasts a long time. I have had mine for maybe 20 years! I am watching this post to see if anyone else has a better idea.
Baking soda, mild dishwashing soap and a soft toothbrush. Make a paste with the baking soda and soap, rub and brush it in, rinse and dry - Viola!
We all should look at Jeffrey Herman’s website
There is a lot to learn there about taking care of silver. Thanks Jeff…Rob
Not a good idea. Connoisseurs has these ingredients Ingredients. Water, Thiourea, Cleaning Agents, Sulfuric Acid, Fragrance, Acetophenone . Thiourea is not only toxic to humans but it also micro etches the surface of the silver thus leaving it with a micro porous surface that causes silver to tarnish even more. It also removes ant applied patina. Please read Jeffery Herman’s info on silver cleaning.
Nope. Sodium is bad for silver.
If i use any silver cleaner i use hagerty’s out of south bend, ind. Other wise i have a speed brite machine i love and the sunshine clothe that i use.