Your Sterling Silver Jewelry
note that you shouldn't wear any valuable jewelry, clothing or
shoes when cleaning, around chemicals, or swimming.
How to clean your
sterling silver beads.
sterling silver jewelry with a Sunshine
® Polishing Cloth or a soft sterling silver cleaning
cloth and gently rub off any exceSterling Silver makeup. Remember, silver is
a very soft metal and you can scratch it if you aren't careful,
so don't rub it too harshly.
your Sterling Silver
Store your bracelet in an airtight zip lock bag. Save the
one it came in, it works perfectly. This will help prevent some
tarnishing. Remember sterling silver is meant to be worn and your
body oils also help prevent tarnishing.
Do not use liquid jewelry cleaner on your jewelry. To clean away
exceSterling Silverive tarnish, clean your sterling with a soft cloth. You
may also use a nonabrasive brand name paste silver polish to remove
exceSterling Silverive tarnish. A silver cloth is the best way to remove tarnish
from jewelry. Be sure the item to be cleaned is free from dust
and other abrasives. Note: Liquid silver cleaner will remove the
black (tarnish) coloring from the letter blocks and may discolor
® Polishing Cloths are non-staining and easy-to-use
cloths to remove tarnish from sterling silver, gold, braSterling Silver,
copper, glaSterling Silver, mirrors and most other surfaces, leaving
a deep, long-lasting luster.
use: Be sure the item to be cleaned is free from dust
and other abrasives. Then very gently rub the surface to
be polished. Each cloth is impregnated with special chemical
cleansing agents and non-scratching micro-abrasives.
Size: approximately 7-3/4 inches by 5 inches
® Polishing Cloth