Due to its complicated designs and exquisite structure, sterling silver earrings are one of the hardest jewelry pieces to clean. Compared with rings that have simpler embellishments, earrings have drops and often inlays of semi-precious stones that make promise necklace cleaning a daunting task. If your silver earrings get stained your most likely choice is professional cleaning that cost so much. Here are methods to clean your silver earrings and any other intricately designed jewelry.

Sterling silver gets tarnished crystals swarovski because of a chemical response that takes place when silver encounters the substance sulfur, which can be found in our environment. Silver sulfide is the dark substance that forms in the surface of the silver. This dark pigmentation of the surface can be removed crystal swarovski using polishing compounds. But in the process of all that rubbing and polishing, parts of the silver jewelry are actually being lost.

But fortunately, there is now a way to bring back the glitter of sterling silver earrings without rubbing and without elephant bracelet losing the silver's intricate makeup. This solution is so simple and so easy to do that you will wonder why you never heard of it before. With the wonders of science and basic chemistry, in particular, the glitter and the elegant look of your jewelries will retired swarovski ornaments never be lost again. This cleaning solution costs only a fraction of the professional cleaning kit and the best of all is that you can usually find this in your kitchen.

You will need some aluminum foil that will wrap inside the bottom of your glass swarovski crystal or hard plastic container. Put boiling water on the receptacle, enough to cover the jewelry pieces and mix with several tablespoons of washing soda or sodium carbonate. When the washing soda dissolves in hot water place the jewelries inside the container and let them settle nicely on the aluminum foil. Ensure that the jewelries are not on top of one another, as in a heap, and they are laid out flat on the bottom, on the foil. Observe the solution to get bubbly right away and a steamy vapor that emits a foul smell in the likeness of rotten eggs. Let the jewelries stay there for about one minute, then bring them out and rinse with cold water. After this short process, your sterling silver earrings will have its old glitter and elegance restored