3-leave vein silver plated earrings

Price: 1,180,000 VNĐ
Copper/silver plated
Out stock
Product infomation
Bianco Lervin's products are usually easy to wear. Their high variety is giving the customers a lot of choice concerning color and style. Their price are pretty acceptable as well. Their jewlleries include buffalo horn made necklace, silver and golden plated  earings.  They do custom made based on any of their existing clothing products as long as they still have material.

Silver is a versatile metal with a soft luster that makes for beautiful jewelry. Unfortunately, silver is also pretty fragile compared to many more commonly-used metals, and it can quickly develop tarnish, stains, or scratches. It can also be a bit intimidating to try to clean silver pieces because they are so delicate. However, you don't have to be a professional or use expensive tools to clean your silver yourself.

1. Making a Salt Bath
  • Pour two cups of hot water into a bowl.
  • Add salt and aluminum foil.
  • Submerge your jewelry in the solution.
  • Rinse the jewelry.
2. Deep Cleaning Silver Jewelry
  • Purchase a silver polish.
  • Rub the jewelry with a little polish.
  • Rinse and dry the silver jewelry.
  • Consider using common household products for less rare or less valuable pieces such as toothpaste without the special whitening options or baking soda.
  • Try a silver dip. Commercial silver "dips" can dissolve stains without rubbing the silver jewelry, although they may take off a layer of silver. For this reason, they should only be used as a last resort. Contrary to what the word "dip" implies, professionals rarely actually soak silver in these products, at least not for long. Dips are generally harsh, potentially dangerous chemicals, so follow the directions carefully and consult a professional when in doubt.
3. Maintaining your jewelry
  • Clean it often. Clean your silver jewelry often, and clean it promptly after use. Silver jewelry that is frequently used rarely has tarnish problems. When tarnish is not yet present, or when it's just beginning to develop, simply wash your silver jewelry in warm (not hot) water with a gentle, phosphate-free detergent.
  • Wash it separately. It's a good idea to wash silver separately from your other silver pieces, like bowls or silverware, because metal sinks and utensils can scratch silver jewelry.
  • Dry it with a polishing cloth. Use a special polishing cloth or simply a soft, lint-free cloth to gently rub the silver clean after washing. Make sure it gets completely dry.
  • Store your silver jewelry correctly. Beyond prompt and frequent cleaning, the best way to preserve your silver is to store it correctly. Make sure each piece is completely dry before storing it. You can buy special bags for storing silver jewelry that prevent them from getting tarnished.

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