How to remove tarnish from silver

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Silver Kanku Dani is tarnished and you want to remove the tarnish.

Completely remove tarnish with this method.

You will need:
10 – 15 Aluminium Foil pieces of 3 x 3 inches
5 -7 tbsp Baking Soda
5 cups boiling water
1 large pot (Stainless Steel pot is better)
1 large tong to grip
1 cloth napkin
2 Paper towels
Silver Kanku Dani or a Silver Item to remove tarnish. (Item shoul be Real Silver not silver plated)

Method
Take your solid Silver Item and keep it ready to remove the tarnish.
In the large pot, add the boiling water, foil and baking soda. Bring all to a rolling boil on high heat.
With the tongs dip the silver item and let the tarnish removal process begin!

Drain on cloth towel and let cool.

Later wipe off excess soda with paper napkins.

You Silce Kanku Dani is ready to use. Fill with red kanku / kum kum and use.

In India, it is known by various names including kuṅkumam (Sanskrit कुङ्कुमम्), kumkuma (Telugu కుంకుమ, kunku (Marathi कुंकू), kumkum (Bengali কুমকুম, Hindi कुमकुम), kunkumam (Tamil குங்குமம்), Kannada ಕುಂಕುಮ), Kungkumam (Malayalam കുങ്കുമം).

Red Kanku – Also known as Kumkum – Tilak Powder
Used for Religious Purpose Only.

Kanku or Sindoor, also known as Vermillion, is a reddish-orange powder with a chemical name of Vermillion. Usable For :- Pooja, Raksha Bandhan, Diwali, Holi, House Warming, Marriages,Teej, Gangaur, Ganesh Chaturthi, Janamastami, Bhai Dooj, Navratra Puja, Homa Puja

Non Edible – Not for Human Consumption
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.

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