Tips to clean antique
How to Clean Antiques
Remove dust with a feather duster, if your structure is worked copper or tin, prepare a paste of salt, vinegar dissolved in ½ cup warm water, flour. Place it with your fingers and let it work for 30 minutes to an hour. Then remove it with a dry cloth.
You can clean the old glass with a solution of 4 tablespoons of white vinegar, alcohol, hot tea, or ammonia mixed with 1 cup water.
To clean old jewelry uses a brush dipped in water to remove dust, then clean with hot water. Ideally, you put some cotton gloves to prevent your footprints remain in what marked clean. Dry them with a clean cloth.
If the jewelry is gold but no stone inlay, clean them with one part ammonia and two water previously mixed in a bowl. Enter in the jewelry and rub it with a soft, dry then brush with a towel.
If the jewels are silver and have no stones, you can use a cloth soaked in baking soda with water. Then you rinse with water and dry.