Pieces of jewellery have always been the most exciting part of any outfit. And it does not always have to be gold, silver, diamond or Anything precious; women love the accessories of any kind. 

But as time goes on, they need to be taken care and when we talk about cleaning we just mean to keep the shine intact. 

With silver, there is a constant accumulation of dirt in the deepest crevices that make it difficult to clean. But don't worry here are some hacks about how to clean silver jewellery.



  • 1 cup of warm water

  • 1/2 cup of ammonia 

  • paper or towel


Take half a cup of ammonia and mix it with a cup of warm water then put your silver jewellery in this.

Let it submerged in the liquid for 15-20 min

Rinse it with water, and let it dry on a cloth.


What you will need

  • fistful of soapnuts 

  • warm water

  • a toothbrush 

  • bowl


  • Take a hand full of soapnuts and soak them in a cup of water for about 15 min

  • Now extract the soapy liquid from it and submerge your silver jewellery in it for some time 

  • scrub the item and wash them with tap water

  • let them dry and then clean them with a paper towel


What you will need 

  • 2 tbsp of baking soda

  • Warm water


  • Take about 2 tbsp of baking soda and add a little water to it to make a thick paste.

  • With an old toothbrush apply this paste to jewellery. Scrub carefully.

  • You will observe that the dullness diminishes and your jewellery begins to shine.

  • Rinse it with water and repeat this process if needed.

NOTE: Avoid using them on anything enamel, gemstone or pearls. 


What you will need

  • Toothpaste

  • Toothbrush 

  • Fresh towel


  • Apply a little toothpaste on the toothbrush and rub all over the jewellery 

  • Now wipe it thoroughly.

  • Give one last rub with a damp or a fresh towel.


What you will need

  • Hydrogen peroxide


  • Pour a cup full of hydrogen peroxide in a cup. Make sure the ringgits fully immersed in it.

  • The dust will react with the hydrogen peroxide and start to make bubbles.

  • Remove the ring from the liquid. After a while, dip it back in and leave it there for a minute.

  • Take it out and rinse with regular water.

NOTE: Hydrogen peroxide helps remove all the stubborn grime and grit that has settled on your jewellery over a year.


What you will need

  • Aluminium foil

  • Baking soda

  • A bowl of boiling water

  • Toothbrush

  • A cloth to dry


  • line a steel bowl with aluminium foil and fill it with water

  • let it come to a boil

  • add baking soda and turn the stove off

  • adding your jewellery piece to this and leave it for a couple of minutes

  • take them out and brush them using a toothbrush

  • dry them on a towel


What you will need

  • 1 tbsp of lemon juice

  • 1/2 cup of water

  • toothbrush

  • paper towel


  • Squeez out one lemon and add 1/2 cup of water

  • soak the jewellery and leave it overnight

  • wash them next morning with tap water

  • rinse with a paper towel


What you will need

  • 2 tbsp ketchup

  • soft cloth


  • Dip a soft cloth or a brush in ketchup and clean item with it.

  • rinse it with tap water

  • repeat, if needed


ketchup is highly acidic and helps getting rid of all the grit and grime build up on your silver jewellery.

There is nothing more satisfying than to see things getting clean and shining

You can do all of these in no time they are so easy to do at home 

Hope these hacks will going to give back your jewellery shine.