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Cleaning Your Wholesale Sterling Silver Jewelry

Wholesale jewelry such as sterling silver is a good alternative for fashionistas who opt for trendy wholesale jewelry without spending much. A variety of trends are now available in the market – one can pick from epoxy rings, gemstone rings, and even bridal jewelry in sterling silver. However, maintaining sterling silver jewelry requires some effort because this wholesale jewelry tarnishes and loses its luster over time. Wholesale sterling silver jewelry tarnishes when it comes in contact with water, sweat, soap, and chlorine. While this is inevitable, we can still care for our sterling silver collection through the following:
  • Wipe your sterling silver jewelry with a soft cloth and wrap it in a tissue before placing it in a zip lock. Store it in a dark and dry place to avoid humidity and pollution which causes tarnishing.
  • Periodically wipe your sterling silver rings with a soft cloth. Special cloths are also available to help maintain that luster and shine.
  • Toothpaste helps in cleaning your wholesale jewelry. Apply toothpaste to your sterling silver earrings with a soft-bristled toothbrush. This is a non-invasive approach that will bring back the sparkle of your sterling silver wholesale jewelry. Don’t forget to wash and wipe it gently to keep dry.

  • Another home remedy you can do is to clean your wholesale jewelry with baking powder and hot water. Dust your sterling silver pieces on an aluminium foil and dust with generous amounts of baking powder. Rinse with hot water and turn them occasionally, removing them after two minutes. Again, wash and wipe gently to dry.
  • Cleaning fluids are available in the market and these can be used to bring back the shine in your wholesale sterling silver jewelry collection. The only catch is that your wholesale jewelry may end up being too shiny for your taste. As a result, you may opt to use this only as a last resort because this solution may also harm gemstones in your sterling silver jewelry. Of course, washing and wiping should always be the last step when cleaning your wholesale jewelry collection.