How to clean a silver ring


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  • 2 How to clean a silver ring
    • 2.1 Baking soda recipe
    • 2.2 Ketchup recipe
    • 2.3 Corn Starch Recipe
    • 2.4 The lemonade recipe
    • 2.5 The vinegar recipe
    • 2.6 Lemon and salt juice recipe
    • 2.7 Other recipes


Silver is one of the minerals that are used in many fields, such as making some utensils, or jewelry and jewelry. It must be noted that it is one of the best types of minerals used in making jewelry after gemstones and gold, but with the frequent use and the passage of time may diminish their luster and luster. Note that rings are among the most vulnerable to jewelry, scratch, moisture, and dust, which requires attention to preserving their brightness and value. In this article, we will show you how to clean a silver ring.

How to clean a silver ring

Baking soda recipe

Dissolve two teaspoons of baking soda in a liter of boiling water, add a piece of aluminum foil to it, then put the ring in the solution for 10 seconds or more depending on the degree of deformation of the ring, then remove it with the help of forceps, but if it does not clean completely, it is possible to mix a quarter cup From baking soda with four teaspoons of water to get a soft dough, then put it on a damp sponge, wipe the ring with it, then rinse it, and leave it to dry.

Ketchup recipe

Put a little ketchup on a piece of paper, then rub the ring with it, or it can be left for a quarter of an hour, then rub it with a soft cloth, then rinse it, and it is possible to use a toothbrush to clean the interior of it.

Corn starch recipe

Mix a little cornstarch with a small amount of water to become a soft dough, then put it on a damp cloth, apply this piece to the ring, leave it to dry, then rub the ring with a slightly rough piece like gauze, then rinse it, and leave it to dry.

Lemonade recipe

Enough lemonade is placed in a jug, and the ring is soaked in, for 60 minutes, then rinsed, and dried completely.

Vinegar recipe

Four teaspoons of baking soda are dissolved in half a cup of vinegar, then soak the ring in the mixture for three hours, then rinse it with cold water, and leave it to dry.

Lemon juice and salt recipe

The silver ring is soaked for twelve hours in a prepared mixture of a teaspoon of lemon juice and a half cup of powdered milk, and a cup and a half of water, then sprinkle a little rough salt on the ring, and rub it with half a lemon.

Other recipes

  • Laundry detergent recipe: Cover a medium-sized container with aluminum foil, then fill it with lukewarm water, add a teaspoon of laundry detergent powder to it, dissolve it, then put the ring in it, leave it a little, then rinse it with water, and leave it to dry.
  • Hand sanitizer recipe: A little hand sanitizer is sprayed on a soft cloth, then rub the ring with it, and remove the dirt stuck in it.
  • Ammonia recipe: Half a cup of ammonia is placed in a glass of lukewarm water, soak the ring in it for 10 minutes, then rub it with a clean, dry cloth.
  • Hair conditioner recipe: A little hair conditioner is placed on a cloth, then rub the ring with it until it is completely cleaned and restored to its shine.
  • Toothpaste recipe: put a sufficient amount of toothpaste on a piece of cloth, then polish the ring with it.
  • Window glass cleaner recipe: Enough enough window glass cleaner to be sprayed on a toothbrush or rag, and then rub the ring well until the stained debris is gone.
  • Chalk recipe: A piece of chalk is placed in the closet next to the silver rings preserved in it. These chalk absorb moisture and protect the rings from deformation.