First check the care label or package instructions. I tested several cloths by hand- and machine- washing them separately in cool water with mild detergent and letting them air-dry. Though some tarnish marks remained, all of the cloths retained their polishing properties. Aug 1, 2008

Why do silver polishing cloths turn black?

Jewelry polishing cloths are impregnated with special polish treatments and chemicals to clean the metal. When you rub your piece of jewelry with the cloth, the polish on the part of the cloth leaves the cloth. What’s left on the cloth is a black mark indicating that the polish is gone from that section.

What is a jewelry polishing cloth made of?

QUALITY: Inner cleaning cloths are made from 100% cotton flannel treated with the finest tarnish removers and cleaning and polishing agents. Outer polishing cloths are made from soft, non-abrasive microfiber which traps and retains dirt, leaving your jewelry sparkling and lint-free.

What is a silver polishing cloth?

Goddard’s Silver Cloths are made from 100% English cotton impregnated with Goddard’s exclusive cleaning, polishing and anti-tarnish agents. They are ideal for cleaning or dusting lightly tarnished silver, silver plate and gold. Bring out the natural beauty of your fine silver with Goddard’s polishing cloths.

What is a sunshine cloth?

Sunshine Polishing Cloths are non-staining and easy-to-use cloths to remove tarnish from sterling silver, gold, brass, copper, glass, mirrors and most other surfaces, leaving a deep, long-lasting luster.

What’s the best way to clean microfiber cloths?

Hand washing is often the most straightforward cleaning method, and with microfiber cloths all you need is water! Let the dirty microfiber cloths soak in cool or warm (not hot) water, and use your hands to help agitate the towel and release the dirt and grime. Rinse well and let air-dry.


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