How do you clean sterling silver earrings?

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To clean sterling silver earrings you can use a few ingredients from your house. You will need 1 tablespoon of baking soda, 1 cup warm water and a plastic bowl. Place the sterling silver earrings in the bowl, mix water and baking soda and pour over the earrings. Allow to sit for 30 minutes.Take sterling silver earrings out of the water. Then take a soft bristle brush and remove any spots. Then run the earrings under cool water and take a soft clothe and dry the earrings. Now lay the earrings are the soft clothe to allow to finish air drying. Now you have shining sterling silver earrings.
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