Intercept Jewelry Care Blog
How to Keep Your Silverware and Flatware Free of Tarnish
Mostly everyone who is engaged in maintaining the quality of their home, their furniture and appliances take careful consideration into home improvement. You might be content with the quality of your interior, but are you concerned about the condition of your flatware? How would you like to have dinnerware that is both clean and tarnish-free? After all, tarnish is not necessarily the most attractive image you’d wish to see on your flatware. Have you ever found a spoon in your drawer which you had to switch for a new one since there was a bit of a tarnish overload? You’re not alone.
Ways to Avoid Silver Tarnish
Many of us out there appreciate fine silver. Whether it’s a necklace, an ornament, or even silverware, we enjoy its striking aesthetic. After spending a good deal of money on silver, the last thing you would want would be for it to tarnish. After all, many of us appreciate silver for its beautiful luster and sheen.
Packaging's effect on silver
One of the most common issues that retailers and manufacturers of silver and silver jewelry experience, is tarnishing of their silver when stored and/or shipped in their boxes. Many of these companies find out after the fact, that their packaging, be it ring boxes, bracelet boxes, etc., is causing the silver to tarnish rapidly.