On this page we introduce you to the basic methods of jewellery cleaning in your home. Here are some methods which can be use in greater details. With the right care you can make your jewellery as a new even after years of wearing them!
We all love them. Their brilliance, sparkle and how it can transform a boring outfit into something special. We love, when you open a gift from the box on our lights shining delicate jewellery with diamonds. We enjoy the beauty of jewellery; we can offer you right one for right moment. What a disappointment when we experience of losing a sparkle of our favourite piece of jewellery! What to do in such a moment?
Here you can find few ideas how you can clean and brighten your jewellery at home. It is simple. Here you find what to do and how to use common household products to clean jewellery at home.
(Note that methods using chemical or other aggressive and abrasive cleaners are not suitable for soft stones such as opals and pearls. Use only soap and water.)
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but not when they are dirty! Dip a piece of jewellery diamond formed in a solution of one cup of warm water and 1/4 cup of ammonia for about 15 minutes, then use a toothbrush with soft bristles and remove away remaining impurities, especially in the slots, and under the diamond.
Jewellery cleaning could not be easier than with the help of white vinegar. Simply insert the jewellery in a glass of vinegar and leave for 10-15 minutes, stir occasionally. After removing purge jewellery folds with soft bristles of a toothbrush, if required.
Fizzing force that can soothe the stomach can also clean up and jewellery. Stir two teaspoons of soda in a glass of warm water, then dip it in your jewellery. Leave it for about two minutes in the mixture, then remove and rinse.
Use aluminium foil to clean the blackening silver jewellery. Put in a bowl Piece of crumpled aluminium foil and put it on the jewellery (on the foil). Sprinkle a layer of baking soda on the jewellery, then pour boiling hot water. Dirt and tarnish will be transferred from jewellery to the foil. You may need to rotate or move the jewellery so that it will come into contact with the foil from all sides. Finally, remove it and rinse with water.
For soft and porous materials such as pearls and turquoise, you need nothing more than soap and water to clean. Immerse a jewellery cleaning in a solution of 2 cups of warm water and a few drops of mild detergent. Wipe each pearl with a soft, dry cotton cloth and allow to dry. (Pearls are actually polishing by itself when you wear them frequently) Turquoise cleaning doesn’t even needs soap. Simply soak a toothbrush with soft bristles in warm water and rub her stone. Clean with a clean cloth, then leave to dry, best on fresh air.