Simple Steps to Greener Living

Baking soda can be used to clean up any number of spills, ranging from your nursery to the garage.

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June 24, 2010

Shine Utensils without Toxins

If it's time to use your silverware
But it needs a little shine and care
Remember to always stay aware
Of cleaners that say caution or beware.

Spot-Free Shine

If you're gearing up for a large dinner party or just looking for an excuse to use your fine silverware, remember to give it a good cleaning the all-natural way. Keep reading for simple tips on how to leave those cleaners behind.

  • Do it yourself at home with supplies that are probably already stocked in your cabinets. First, line a shallow pan with aluminum foil. Next, make a simple solution with 1 teaspoon each of baking soda and water and fill the bottom of the pan.
  • Silverware then needs to be thoroughly rinsed under warm running water for several minutes. After giving it a good rinse, let the silverware completely air dry on a clean towel.
  • Buff silverware with a nice, clean, soft cloth. Take each piece individually and gently rub all of the water spots off. Your silverware should be as good as new now without having to use any harmful chemicals.

eHow offers up detailed advice on how to get your silverware spot-free and sparkly clean.

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