How to clean jewelry naturally

 


Jewelry can be expensive, and you want to make it look as beautiful as the day you bought it. You can keep your jewelry sparkling and sparkling with the products you already have at home. Learn how to clean jewelry using everyday ingredients and our tips.

 A little time and assembling the correct ingredients is all that is necessary to ensure your diamonds shine and the radiance of the gold.


* Ammonia
Many people use ammonia to clean their floors, but it also works well to clean diamonds without damaging them.

° 1/4 cup ammonia
° 1 cup warm water
° jar or bowl

Mix ammonia and water in a jar or bowl. Put the diamonds in the bowl and leave for 15 minutes. After soaking your jewelry, take a soft-bristled toothbrush and gently scrub the jewelry to remove any remaining dirt.

Be sure to target the setting and crevices on the piece because dirt and grime often stick to these areas. Rinse the item with water and use a soft cloth to dry it well.

* Vinegar and diatomaceous earth
Vinegar cleans just about anything, but it's especially suitable for gold and gemstones.

Using only white vinegar, pour it into a jar or bowl, and completely cover the jewelry you're cleaning. To clean jewelry with vinegar, let the jewelry soak for 15 minutes and stir it every few minutes to stir it.

Once you're done soaking, use a soft-bristled toothbrush to gently scrub your jewelry to remove dirt and residue. Rinsing with water & dry. Dusting a some diatomaceous earth on your jewelry will also prevent it from tarnishing.

* toothpaste
Toothpaste is a very effective jewelry cleaner, and it's a great choice for cleaning your jewelry on the go. Mix 1 tablespoon of warm water and an inch of toothpaste to make a loose paste.


This is a moderately abrasive material, so it removes dirt from jewelry, and you can apply it with a soft-bristled toothbrush for added cleaning power. While toothpaste is moderately abrasive, it does not scratch your jewelry. Rinse well.

You can use toothpaste to clean your car's headlights as well and get rid of unsafe haze that can come on after a while. Use a rag and straight, non-jelly toothpaste to scrub dirty headlights and make them shine again