Instantly plate a layer of pure silver onto brass, copper, bronze, un-passivated nickel and heavily worn silver articles - using cotton wool! This advanced, eco-friendly product is much more than a silver polish. It not only cleans tarnish from old, tired and worn out silver or silver-plated articles; it instantaneously re-plates a layer of pure silver onto heavily worn silver and base metals. Convert brass, copper and bronze into silver plated items - permanently! The photos illustrate a partially plated brass plate and penny coin after a quick rub with the Silver Plating Solution. This product is a top choice among professionals; it's well established in the UK, Europe and globally for over 25 years. - Easy to use, simply rub on, wipe off! No electrolysis required - Contains Pure Silver - Permanent results - no chips or flakes - Leaves a brilliant shine - Includes an anti-tarnish agent to delay future tarnish - Eco-friendly formula. Water based, biodegradable, non-toxic, phosphates, nitrates and solvent free - Needs direct contact with Brass, Copper or Bronze to work, so does not work on lacquered items - ONLY works on Brass, Copper, Bronze or un-passivated nickel any problems, please test the solution on a copper coin FIRST to see how it should work or email us on [email protected], we're happy to help - Will not work on other metals or build up silver on unworn silver Directions 1. Please wear gloves - pure silver turns black on contact with skin, this is NOT harmful but isn't a good look! 2. Shake the bottle before use 3. Apply with a clean soft cloth to the area to be cleaned or plated and rub firmly for 15 to 20 seconds 4. Polish gently with a clean, dry cloth for an immediate shine 5. Repeat if necessary 6. Wash in water to remove any excess and finish!
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS(8)Write Review
I was pleasantly surprised at the astonishing results.
This would be my first choice to use for a silver plating restoration.
But the Finnished article was worth the effort. Thanks
Tony Daniel ..
I've achieved a very nice finish on tombac, it takes several applications to get a good finish and you have to put in a bit of elbow grease! Don't expect great results from the first pass. I would also say that if it's for a regularly used or handled item electroplating is the way to go, but this is superb for decorative items.