Woman shares genius hack to get your silver jewellery sparkling again, and all you need is a 50p bathroom staple | The Sun

A WOMAN has shared her genius hack to get tarnished silver jewellery sparkling again.

Charlotte, who is a keen thrifter, said she'd been using the method for years on her own jewellery.

But after chatting to a friend, she realised that it's "not common knowledge".

So she decided to share it in a video on her TikTok page, as she demonstrated with a silver shark necklace.

"If jewellery oxidises – specifically silver jewellery – you can cover it in toothpaste, leave it for like 24 hours, wash it off and then it will be shiny again," she said.

Charlotte added in the caption: "This is such a hack for thrifted jewellery especially.

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"So many stunning pieces are overlooked just because they need a little extra love."

People were quick to take to the comments section to weigh in, with one writing: "You don’t know how much I needed this".

"I’m so glad!" Charlotte replied.

"You are a hero," another gushed.

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As a third commented: "I love you, changed my life with this".

"Lol nana carol taught me this when I was like 11," someone else wrote.

"Running to the bathroom cabinet," another added.

While someone else wrote: "That’s how I’ve cleaned silver for years. Works!"

"You can use a old toothbrush to get in crevices," another suggested, with Charlotte revealing she does the same.

However, the hack didn't go down well with everybody.

"Please not with plated jewellery you’ll ruin it," one warned.

As another added: "Oh my goodness, as someone who used to work in a jewellery shop, I’ve seen SO MANY people damage their jewellery with toothpaste.

"Do NOT put toothpaste on any gemstones, including diamonds, or gold."

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