RESTORING tarnished jewelry to its former glory is easier than you think.
To help out your silver jewelry, all you need is two simple household items.
According to an expert who goes by @lifeprettyhacks on TikTok, returning silver jewelry to pristine condition is quick and only requires water, a bowl, and tin foil.
In the video, the TikToker showed a pair of silver hoop earrings in a bowl with an empty tin foil pill packet in it.
Next, steaming water was poured into the bowl.
The TikToker then mixed the earrings and pill case around in the bowl, showing the tarnish slowly melting away from the earrings.
By the end of the video, the earrings looked sparkling clean.
The video has been viewed 1.4 million times, and commenters seem keen to try the trick.
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“Finally, some good side effects of medicine,” one user joked.
“Good soup,” another commented, referring to a viral TikTok sound.
Others shared alternative tricks, as one person said she uses the same method but with salt.
Yet another viewer said an empty pill case doesn't need to be used because the plain tin foil will do the trick.
Previously, a TikToker shared an alternate way of cleaning dirty jewelry.
She used a solution of vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, and warm water to transform her jewelry.
She admitted she discovered the trick by accident and said it’s best to consult a jeweler to make sure the recipe will be safe on your prized pieces.
Another person recommended using The Pink Stuff Cleaning Paste to make jewelry sparkle like new, as she said she was “pleased with how it turned out.”
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