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Best way to clean badly tarnished silver candlesticks


Brumas
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Using baking soda, boiling water and tinfoil is advocated on many of the searches I have made but it sounds rather harsh! Have any forum members tried this rather drastic approach or have you a better, safer way to restore these back to their original splendour?

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robgf

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Autosol works well on silver, as long as it's not silver plate, which will slowly wear through.

http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/productstoreId10001catalogId10151productId185799langId-1categoryId165527

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Brumas

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morddwyd we are feeling the pinch so we let the maid go, as well as the butler and chauffeur ;o}

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Brumas

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Thanks for all the suggestions, I probably will have a go at the baking soda, boiling water and tinfoil method in the not to distant future.

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flycatcher1

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Distaff says use Waitrose Silver Cleaner but carefully.

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Jock1e

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Get rid of the candle sticks and put the gas mantles back on again.

Just in case you forgot what they look like.

http://www.ebro-fishing.com/veritas.html

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