silver polisher/cleaner??

nycgirl24

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Oct 27, 2006
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Hey guys, I have lots of silver Tiffanys jewelry that I would like to clean and polish. I'm looking for a good silver polisher/cleaner that will make them shine like brand new, and also take away any scratches. Do you guys have any recommendations??

P.S. would silver polisher/cleaner work the same on titanium (a ring for my bf) also??

Thanks in advance!
 

singerangel

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May 19, 2007
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I'm in Aus, so I can't help with brands, but be wary of putting silver jewellery in cleaners marked gold- it could have the opposite effect! As far as taking away scratches is concerned, a polishing cloth can't do too much, it's only a surface fix. To get scratches out, I'd get it a professional polish done by a jeweller.
 

kolibriszuka

Fleur's Mom
Feb 9, 2007
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the LTB
MAAS polish. You can get it at Wal-Mart or any other retailer. It's the best. It actually coats the metal with a protective lacquer, so it tarnishes less. You first polish it, and then buff to a shine (like a mirror!) and then wash with soap and water. This is the only thing I use on all of my Tiffany jewelry. Not sure about the titanium though.
 

vivi24

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May 8, 2007
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Your best bet is taking your Tiffany's jewelry back to the store. Any Customer Sevice department at any Tiffany's will clean your jewelry. Depending on the store there might be a wait. They do a really good job, they'll look like new. And after that you can use a good silver cleaner every now and then. (Tiffany's also has a bunch of cleaning products you can purchase from them too, I think they're around $5-$10).
 
Apr 20, 2007
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Seattle, WA
Your best bet is taking your Tiffany's jewelry back to the store. Any Customer Sevice department at any Tiffany's will clean your jewelry. Depending on the store there might be a wait. They do a really good job, they'll look like new. And after that you can use a good silver cleaner every now and then. (Tiffany's also has a bunch of cleaning products you can purchase from them too, I think they're around $5-$10).
Oooh good to know! Thank you!