Silver blackens from high humidity, through sweat, when it receives cosmetic products containing sulfur. At home, silver can be cleaned with a special tool, it can be purchased at a jewelry store. But if you need to clean the silver immediately and quickly to help come improvised funds.
A cloth made of wool is moistened in ammonia and rubs our silver. At home, you can make a detergent: in a glass of water, add a teaspoon of ammonia, hydrogen peroxide, and a little liquid baby soap. We put silver products for 15 minutes. After that, we wipe the products with a cloth made of microfiber. Put the silverware that needs cleaning in the resulting solution for at least 15 minutes (see the result, the time depends on the level of contamination). When the visible result suits you, take the silver out of the water and wipe it with a cloth made of microfiber.
Another interesting method of cleaning for which you need to cook potatoes, drain the water in another dish, put the foil on the bottom when the water cools down the silver items are lowered for 5 minutes. If silver without stones, then you can clean it in a special solution. In a glass of water, we dilute a tablespoon of soda and boil it. The solution starts to boil, you lower the foil together with the silver. Noticing that the silver lightens off the plate and rinse the silver with running water.
Also, table vinegar will help remove black spots from silver items. Preheat the nine percent vinegar and put the product in it. After a while, remove the silver and wipe with a cotton or suede cloth. There is a method that can afford each hostess a saline solution at the rate of 1 teaspoon of salt per glass of water. Boil silver in this solution for 15 minutes. Pull the products out of the water and wipe dry with a dry cloth.