Cleaning jewelry

Learn to Clean your Jewelry

Nothing breaks our heart then to see our beloved and valuable jewelry losing its glimmer. So what to do? Get it back! To help you with how and when, we are providing you with the following tips to get over this problem without a hitch.

Cleaning jewelry

  • Brighten the Gold and Gems

Start with the under of your ring? Lotion, soap or even dirt clogs prong, this makes the stone facet-less and flat. The gold chains and pendants are also gunked with every day wear. You need to give your gold a bubble bath. Drop some mild dish soap in small bowl of sodium free seltzer water or even club soda. Put your jewelry in strain and let it soak for 5 minutes. Now swish around and finish one piece at a time. Now go back to strain and rinse your thing under fresh running water. Dry with a soft cloth.

  • Renew Your Pearls

As these are porous, these can lose their luster. Despite these are real, cultured or even faux, the pearl needs to be cleaned with extra care. First lay a soft cloth, dip a clean makeup brush in warm water, now add shampoo in it and clean one pearl at a time. When it comes to finishing, rinse the pear with clean and damp cloth. Let the strand dry flat to avoid string to stretch. This trick also works for turquoise and other porous stone.

  • Silver

Tarnish is the bad guide and mild dish soap with warm water is your best friend. Rub the jewelry and rinse it in cool water. Now buff it with a cloth until it dries. If tarnish is heavy Mix a paste of baking soda with water, wet the silver and apply link free cloth to dry. Now work in crevices and repeat the procedure.