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Sulfur springs turned my silver jewelry black. How to fix?


A discussion started in 2007 but continuing through 2018

(2007)

Q. Okay well there are hot springs where I live and I went in them and my silver neckless and two rings turned black. is there any way I can get them clean again? Or at least not black?

Jess Clemons
student - Ventura, California


(2007)

A. Yes. Easy. See letter 4785.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E.
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey


July 25, 2016

A. Toothpaste! Get a cotton ball and squeeze some toothpaste on it and rub your jewelry. I would use a white toothpaste and something that is a stain removing paste.

Christina Bracewell
- Deltona, Florida


July 18, 2018

thumbs up sign  Thanks for the tip. Cleaned my ring perfectly. I'll remember to take it off next time I take a mineral soak.

Charlene Mitchell
- Oceanside, Ca



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