Cape Cod Polishing Cloth Review: My Choice For Silver

by Tessa Rogers
(Los Angeles, CA)

I got this quick Cape Cod Polishing Cloth review from a reader, Tessa.

Tessa says:

I polish a lot of silver because of my job and by far Cape Cod is the most effective, fast, thorough and easy to use polish!

Taylor says:

Thanks for your review Tessa!

I had not heard of this brand before so I did a little research about it, to learn more.

What I found is quite interesting. This brand sells its polish, which is safe for all metals, not just silver, only imbedded within their polishing cloths.

The cloths are made from soft cotton, and are reusable. They also have a vanilla fragrance.

The product also leaves behind an anti-tarnish finish, which is supposed to help you have to clean these metal items less frequently.

The company also have buffing cloths, which are chemical free, for use after you polish your silver items, along with a couple of other items such as buffing brushes.

Like I said, the product is for use on many different metals including silver, gold, brass, copper, nickel, pewter, aluminum and stainless steel.

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How Cape Cod Metal Polishing Cloth Worked On Silver Spoon

Above is a before and after picture of how this product worked on removing tarnish and polishing a set of sterling silver spoons.

As you can see the improvement between the two.

The instructions for this product say that you should not try to wash the polish off, but instead to buff it away.

However, for those items that you'll then eat food from, such as silverware, to go ahead and afterward wash by hand in mild dish soap, and dry thoroughly.

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