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Sterling Style – How to Avoid Tarnishing Your. Of all the metals that have been valued and praised over the centuries, silver is one of the most valuable and one of the most practical. This combination of versatility and beauty has made silver products some of the most affordable holdings in collections of many famous owners. And of course, as is the case when many things that are beautiful and valuable, many people go to great lengths to obtain them and maintain their beauty. But silver, however pure they may be when added to your collection, can and gets dirty. Many chemical reactions occur between silver and substances that have sulfur. When silver and sulfur are combined, it forms a compound called silver sulfide. And this is probably the source of the tarnet in your silver. So what can you do to avoid getting annoying with your silver? Here are some things you can try: - Keep rubber away from your silver: Rubber contains a lot of sulfur and if you noticed the effect sulfur can have on silver, you do it well to keep your silver away from rubber bands, silver pressure holders, placemats and dish food that may happen around your house. - Food, food, food: As much as cutlery is one of the larger things that can be used to eat in the high society, prolonged exposure to food can cause your silver to corrode. Mustard, mayonnaise and eggs are the most common offenders. - Not used enough: On the other end of the spectrum, you cannot use your silverware enough corrosion. So use it as regularly as possible while observing the right way to care for silver products.