Me again with another question:
When I sell jewelry, I like to include a gift box. To keep sterling
from tarnishing I am placing a 1"x1" anti-tarnish tab in each box.
Hydrogen sulfides cause silver to tarnish. My question is: does the
paper used in set-up jewelry boxes emit hydrogen sulfides? If it
does I’m thinking about selling the silver jewelry with some sort of
small pouch instead.
I would like my customers to keep the jewelry in its box because of
the free advertising!
Just wondering what you all think.