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Wright's Silver Cream 4 Lb Tub
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Any silver paste will remove a tiny bit of silver so repeated polishings over many years will erode inexpensive plate. It is, after all, mechanical friction that removes the tarnish. This paste will even remove a mild pit or two caused by contact with salt or maybe impurities in the metal although it requires a good deal of effort.
I have been using this brand for many years and highly recommend it.
Anyone who has a question regarding silver polishing feel free to leave a comment and I'll reply.
1. It does the job. Silver tarnish begins to dissolve upon contact.
2. This is the market standard for silver polish.
1. Through time, the cream will dry out and harden. You need to add a little water and crush the dried cake into a soupy slush. A few grains will not completely dissolve. As a result, they will scratch the silver ware when used.
Other than that, good polish.
I'll typically have to reapply it every 3 months or so, but I believe that depends on everything else (climate, silver purity) and not the polish.
One tip, though: if your stuff hasn't been kept carefully, it will probably need TWO treatments.
I first rinse the item in VERY hot water (wearing gloves), then dry it quickly with a heavy towel. Then I use both a soft toothbrush and a sponge to clean the item using the Silver Cream.
I then rinse it carefully with room temperature water, rubbing all the cream off with my hands.
I think use old cloth rags to wipe it dry first, then a second rag to polish it vigorously.
I then do exactly the same thing the next day.
My old 1840 and older silver plates from Boston and England now look almost like new!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
wright's is an old and well known silver polish, I could not find it in the department stores any more, even in the silver department and the
grocery stores are no longer... Read more
Love this stuff, works much better than the polish. I have a lot of silver and silver-plate some great garage sale finds but its only pretty if it is shiny. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charlotte McIntosh