Need help finding a good jewelry polishing cloth.?
I need a good but not to expensive jewelry polishing cloth. I have jewelry that have silver and metal and crystals all together. Some times they tarnish and I had a polishing cloth that worked a bit but I can’t find it anywhere on line nor the stores so I may buy it. Please help … Read more
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