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Cheap Cleaning Method for Cleaning Sterling Silver Recipe
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This recipe for Cheap Cleaning Method for Cleaning Sterling Silver, by Marilyn Mehaffey, is from Marilyn's Family Cookbook ,
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Cover bottom of glass pan with aluminum foil. Pour into pan 2 quarts of boiling water. Add the baking soda and stir well. Add silver piece into liquid. Make sure each piece of silver is touching. Rinse and buff Dry.
Only use Sterling Silver. May ruin silver plate or Antique pieces.
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