Make a homemade DIY jewelry cleaner to remove tarnish on your favorite silver necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. All you need are baking soda and water.

Here's the absolute easiest way to clean jewelry

Clean your really tarnished silver quickly and easily with this awesome trick! This is so good, I almost think it should be taught in the schools!

How to Clean Really Tarnished Silver Naturally

Clean your really tarnished silver quickly and easily with this awesome trick! This is so good, I almost think it should be taught in the schools!

Remove tarnish from your silver using 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup salt, aluminum foil, and almost boiling water.

Remove tarnish from your silver using 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup salt, aluminum foil, and almost boiling water.

Blue and white dragonfly wine bottle lamp. An empty clear wine bottle was reclaimed and repurposed into this wine bottle light. After cleaning and removing the labels, the clear bottle was tinted a deep blue. Silver and white dragonflies were hand painted onto the blue surface. A hole was drilled near the base of the bottle in the back to allow a plug-in string of LED lights to be inserted into the lamp.

Blue and white dragonfly wine bottle lamp, hand painted

Blue and white dragonfly wine bottle lamp. An empty clear wine bottle was reclaimed and repurposed into this wine bottle light. After cleaning and removing the labels, the clear bottle was tinted a deep blue. Silver and white dragonflies were hand painted onto the blue surface. A hole was drilled near the base of the bottle in the back to allow a plug-in string of LED lights to be inserted into the lamp.

The best-kept silver cleaning secret. I didn't use vinegar last time, but I think I would try it!

The best-kept silver cleaning secret. I didn't use vinegar last time, but I think I would try it!

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