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9 years 11 months ago #621 by morphea3107
ohh..i remember a site that boldly said that pewter can easily be cleansed with cabbage leaves ... very very very funny actually ( now when i think about it )...but it wasn't funny when i kept trying with that leaf... the lesson here is that \" never believe what certain sites say \"...:laugh: :silly:

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9 years 11 months ago #623 by CorpseQueen
Please, do believe those sites, what else could we others have a good laugh about? :blush:

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9 years 11 months ago #625 by morphea3107
ohh my...i'm so happy that you are laughing at me...don't forget ...when u are cornered, u accept whatever solution comes ur way ....but nevertheless i am glad i gave :laugh: you a good laugh ...:woohoo:

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9 years 11 months ago #632 by Vivaris
Replied by Vivaris on topic Cleaning Your Alchemy Items
I haven't used this myself yet, but i watched a friend clean a pewter necklace is your standard minty toothpaste and it was shining like new, so maybe you could give that a try?

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9 years 4 months ago #17022 by Verminaard Draconis
Like Vivaris has said, Tothpaste is better for every kind of jewel, like gold silver so,it might help with pewter!

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9 years 4 months ago #17025 by scootiebee
commercial jewelry cleaners are basically sudsy ammonia, water, and a detergent. Get a small jar with a lid, and put about 1/2 ammonia, half water, and then a squirt or two of dishwashing liquid soap. Shake it up, and you have a great jewelry cleaner. Just don't use it on pears, opals, or porous jewelry, anything with wood, soft stones, or lapis, things like that. But for hard stones and metals, it is great.

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