What is the best way to clean silver jewellery

Silver jewellery, especially sterling silver jewellery, is more popular today than it has ever been. It’s durable, versatile, and possesses a “cool” vibe that makes it ideal for today’s modern women — and men! Silver jewellery has its own unique maintenance needs, especially considering tarnish that builds up over time. What is the best way to clean sterling silver jewellery and other silver jewellery? Here are our top three recommendations:

Connoisseurs Silver Jewellery Cleaner in our Classic Red jar is a liquid dip formulated to safely clean and remove tarnish from sterling silver jewellery such as bracelets, chains, rings, earrings and other jewellery items that are not embellished with stones or painted/antique pieces.

Dazzle Drops Silver Jewellery Cleaner is a new product for cleaning sterling silver jewellery that is also suitable for silver plate, antiqued, or silver with gemstones. It is specially formulated to clean, polish and protect jewellery by leaving an anti-tarnish shield. And, it’s non-toxic!

Connoisseurs Dazzle Drops Silver Jewellery Cleaner

To Clean Silver Jewellery with Dazzle Drops

First, wet the cleansing brush bristles and place a small bead of the Silver Dazzle Drops onto your jewellery, then gently brush the jewellery. Next, place the jewellery in our dipping scoop for rinsing. Dry with a lint-free cloth when you’re done. It’s easy!

A Dry Jewellery Cleaning Technique

For a liquid-free way to clean and polish your silver jewellery, try our convenient and portable Connoisseurs UltraSoft® Jewellery Polishing Cloth. It works on less intricate silver jewellery items (including watches) whether silver or sterling silver. An exclusive formula, embedded in the cloth, removes tarnish and protects against tarnish while renewing silver’s unique luster.

Try tucking a Connoisseurs UltraSoft® Jewellery Polishing Cloth in your cosmetics or travel bag for jewellery cleaning on the go.

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