4 DIY Tips and Tricks to Clean Your Jewelry at Home

4 DIY Tips and Tricks to Clean Your Jewelry at Home

Do you have some precious jewelry that lost its beautiful sparkle due to exposure to dust, weather, and dirt? Do you want to wear some of your charms that you have not worn for ages?

Time to give them extra love and restore its beauty. There are so many ways how to clean in an easy and natural way. No need to go to a professional jeweler and no need to buy a jewelry cleaner. 

Try these DIY jewelry hacks below which can all be found in the kitchen!

1. Dishwashing Soap

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Soak the jewelry in a gentle degreasing solution, such as warm water and a few drops of mild dish soap. Use a soft, clean toothbrush to remove any remaining dirt. Rinse it with cold water. Dry and buff with a soft clean towel. You may do this once or twice a week to keep your jewelry looking beautiful.

2. Baking Soda

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Baking soda is a versatile ingredient that has many uses besides cooking. Cleaning jewelry with baking soda is one of the most environmentally-friendly ways to remove stains from the precious metal. It can get rid of dirt, grime, oils and tarnish. Soak jewelry in 1 cup of warm water with 1-2 teaspoon of baking soda. Soak it for 5-10 minutes and rinse in cold water and remove the residue. Pat it dry with a clean towel.

3. Vinegar

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The properties in distilled white vinegar make it a perfect natural cleaning agent for gold jewelry. Simply drop the jewelry in a small bowl of vinegar and let them sit for 15-20 minutes. Scrub with a soft bristled toothbrush if needed. Rinse it with hot water and dry with soft cloth

4. Combination of Baking soda and Vinegar

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Time for the ultra solution! This is where we combine multiple safe cleaning ingredients to create a powerful and safe jewelry cleaning solution.

Add a half cup of vinegar to a clean container. Then, add two tablespoons of baking soda. Place your jewelry in the solution and let it sit for two or three hours. Finally, rinse the jewelry under the sink, taking care not to let it fall into the drain, and dry it with a clean cloth.

These are only some of the ways to clean jewelry naturally. Easy, simple, and works on almost any type of jewelry because we are using safe ingredients.

Now you can make your jewelry looks like the first day you wore it! 

Note: All of the methods above are great for cleaning your Forever Cross Jewelry!

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