silverware restoration

I recently found some of our silverware that had never been used. Now I'm almost embarrassed to use our well-used silverware. Thirty years of everyday use has left them dull and scratched. They are stainless, but I still love them and don't want to give them up. Is there any way to restore them to their original polish?
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There are restoration specialists who restore just about anything for a price. Stainless flatware is so inexpensive that unless the stuff has great sentiment value, it won't be worth the price to have it restored to original condition. I would take the never used pieces to a shop and have them framed and spend a few dollars for some new flatware. A quick Google search shows that SILVER flatware costs about $10-$15 per piece to restore with minimum jobs going as high as $500. I would guess that you would have to pay more to restore stainless since it is much harder to polish than silver.
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