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Hacks For Tarnished Silverware

Scotch-Brite Brand brings flexible scrubbing to get that silverware sparkling again with these easy tips and tricks

Cornstarch

Materials:
Corn starch
Water
Scotch-Brite® Dobie™ All Purpose Cleaning Pad

Instructions: Make a paste by mixing together cornstarch and water in about a 2:1 ratio. Apply the paste to the silverware with a damp cloth and let dry. After drying, use a Scotch-Brite® Dobie™ All Purpose Cleaning Pad to scrub off any of the leftover residue.

Ketchup

Materials:

Ketchup
Scotch-Brite® Dobie™ All Purpose Cleaning Pad


Instructions:
Squirt a small amount of ketchup on a paper towel and then apply to tarnished silverware. Let it sit for 15–20 minutes and then rinse and use a Scotch-Brite® Dobie™ All Purpose Cleaning Pad to clean off ketchup by gently scrubbing it.

Toothpaste

Materials:
Toothpaste
Scotch-Brite® Dobie™ All Purpose Cleaning Pad
Instructions: Squeeze a small amount of toothpaste onto a Scotch-Brite® Dobie™ All Purpose Cleaning Pad and then rub on silverware until it looks shinier. If it does not immediately remove the tarnish, let sit for a few minutes. Rinse clean. Vinegar + Baking Soda Materials: Baking soda Vinegar Instructions: Mix ½ cup of vinegar with 2 tablespoons of baking soda. (You can increase this amount based on how much silverware you need to soak.) Put tarnished silverware in mixture and soak for 2–3 hours. Remove from vinegar solution, then rinse clean and dry.