The Real Non-Damaging D I Y Jewelry Cleaner the Experts Want You to Use by Lorrie Burris-Stewart - Musely
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The Real Non-Damaging D I Y Jewelry Cleaner the Experts Want You to Use

posted in DIY & Crafts
02/20/2016
  • Avoid baking soda and toothpaste as is abrasive and could scratch gold or silver. Also avoid "scrubbing" if a little more elbow grease is needed only gently use a new small xtra soft bristle baby toothbrush as will not scratch and is not contaminated.
    Avoid baking soda and toothpaste as is abrasive and could scratch gold or silver. Also avoid "scrubbing" if a little more elbow grease is needed only gently use a new small xtra soft bristle baby toothbrush as will not scratch and is not contaminated.
  • Our Recommendation

    Dish Detergent & Warm Water

    The best homemade jewelry cleaning solution is a mixture of a few drops of Dawn dish detergent in warm, not hot, water. Let the piece sit in the solution for a few minutes, longer if it's very dirty, then gently scrub with a new, baby-size, soft toothbrush. To rinse, place the item in a new container of lukewarm water.

    Make sure the water isn't too hot or too cold, as some gemstones do not take well to drastic changes in temperature.

    You can dry the piece off with a paper towel or regular cloth, as long as you're careful not to snag the prongs

  • info.jewelersmutual.com

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