Francis Suemith (Franz): Does this work to gold and bronze and so forth?
Mombuscus: adding salt to this solution works much better
Essem Sween: That's BRILLIANT! (I thought you might enjoy the little pun 😤) Now if you could come up with something similar for cleaning Brass, that would be greatly appreciated. I have a crucifix with loads of fiddly bits that drives me batty trying to first get it clean then try to get the polish off.
Chanc Arise: Wishing u a great Sunday, I watch & am learning so many interesting projects. Tks, NC,USA
Jmlmjr27: Great video!! thanks for sharing. I can`t wait to try it!!
Fran Ponick: Thanks! You made this look sooo easy! Gonna try this with some old plated flatware I have.
Tom K: thank you so much for such a easy way of demonstrating to clean silver cuttelleris on screen.It was so helpful.I love silver cutlleris but some of them have gone exactly how you showed on screen.
Anita Larsen: This tip just saved me hours of rubbing. Thanks so much!
Marie Bowling: Thank you. I just love you.
Paula Landau: Good video . Thanks
Firebrand55: A good visual demonstration of the power of chemical reaction! All I need now is loads of silver objects to clean!
Jane Lee: Oh wow, it's cleaning like magic! OK, I think I can use my silverware and necklace that I have ignored for so long because of tarnishing. Thank you.
Luke Thomas: I just bought a huge set of tarnished silver plated flatware at a thrift store. I can't wait to try this out, thank you. I liked your glee at how it worked, too!
Vanessa Odom Machen: Does this process damage the silverplate?
Eric Kennedy: Sorry Looking at what you're cleaning I take that back but anyone with Georgian 18 Century Silver do not do this!
Eric Kennedy: No Way bad advice! Wow you guys are crazy! Not my Silver! It is not good for your Silverware it creates a film on silver and makes it very difficult later google silver cleaning.
Melissa T: This made our silver look better but it didn't remove the tarnish completely. Tried it twice and still there is some tarnish. We took them to a silversmith to fix up a few dented spoons, perhaps they used a cleaner on them that was bad?
202dinthemke: 'gleaming silver, in seconds, look at that'....in 240p
but seriously...so after, assume the silver was not just tarnished but also filthy...the residue of baking soda is way too thick to completely wipe off. so in that case wash soap/water and then repeat chemical dunk?
and what kinda cloth you using cause i tried a couple and they seemed to scratch...so microfiber for safest result?
nld1960: what if you cannot dunk it under water, like a silver dish around wood
ztwntyn8: I've had this ugly silverware that I have identified as valuable but it was so nasty looking I didn't know what to do and was sure I could ruin it somehow id I didn't polish with the right compound etc. I just happened to stumble across this and tried it on a few of the bigger utensils and it worked excellent. I was about to melt it down and now I'd eat off of them. Off to do the rest of the set! Thank you!!!
Kitchen Quick Tip #5 - Cleaning Silver with Baking Soda5
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