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 and unique product is so much more than just a silver polish. It not only cleans tarnish from your old, tired and worn out silver and 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!
To demonstrate, please see the photos above which 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; its well established in the UK, Europe and globally for over 21 years
- Easy to use, simply rub on an 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
- NB this will not plate more silver onto unworn silver
- This product is well established in the UK, Europe and globally for over 21 years
1. Please wear gloves - pure silver turns black on contact with skin, this is NOT harmful in anyway but doesn't look good!
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!
Used on an Antique plated salver that had worn through to the nickel in places. Although, it did not achieve an invisible repair - and I never expected it would - it certainly... Read morePublished 14 days ago by trevor schuster-james
This stuff is really good when used correctly and on the right products. Honestly I wish I had taken a before photo on the badly rubbed 1907 silver plate spoon as it brought it... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kristal27