Silver Care Products!

Silver Care Products!

Post by Jeffrey Herma » Wed, 16 Oct 1996 04:00:00



I have been noticing many postings regarding tarnish removal.  I have just
assembled a line of silver care products that have been tried & proven in my
restoration/conservation studio.  If you visit my site (Herman's Best Silver
Care Products), you will find only the absolute best products currently on
the market. And, I am offering FREE SAMPLES of 3M's Tarni-Shield silver
cleaner and Anti-Tarnish Strip.  On orders of $20+, you will receive "The
Care of Silver," FREE-a $5 value!

So what are you waiting for?  Let my expertise and my silver care products
bring the luster back to your sterling holloware and flatware.
--
Jeffrey Herman
PO Box 3599, Cranston, RI 02910 USA
Tel: 401/461-3156, Fax: 401/461-3196

WWW: http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/polish.htm

 
 
 

Silver Care Products!

Post by Jeffrey Herma » Wed, 16 Oct 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

> I have been noticing many postings regarding tarnish removal.  I have just
> assembled a line of silver care products that have been tried & proven in my
> restoration/conservation studio.  If you visit my site (Herman's Best Silver
> Care Products), you will find only the absolute best products currently on
> the market. And, I am offering FREE SAMPLES of 3M's Tarni-Shield silver
> cleaner and Anti-Tarnish Strip.  On orders of $20+, you will receive "The
> Care of Silver," FREE-a $5 value!  Please supply your telephone number when requesting the FREE samples.

> So what are you waiting for?  Let my expertise and my silver care products
> bring the luster back to your sterling holloware and flatware.
> --
> Jeffrey Herman
> PO Box 3599, Cranston, RI 02910 USA
> Tel: 401/461-3156, Fax: 401/461-3196

> WWW: http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/polish.htm

--
Jeffrey Herman, Executive Director
Society of American Silversmiths
PO Box 3599, Cranston, RI 02910 USA
Tel: 401/461-3156, Fax: 401/461-3196

WWW: http://www.ids.net/~slvrsmth/sashome.htm

 
 
 

Silver Care Products!

Post by Doug Whi » Thu, 17 Oct 1996 04:00:00




I didn't mind the first commercial post too much, but replying to your
own message with no added content appears to be just a feeble attempt to
get it spread around more.  This is NOT appreciated.  You've crossposted
this to a number of marginally related groups as well, which is also bad
form.

Doug White