Best Home Remedies To Clean Your Jewellery

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You must be using a lot of precious jewellery on an everyday basis and on special events and occasions. You must agree to the fact that jewellery requires a lot of maintenance. You need to be careful every time you are wearing jewellery. It consists of different types of diamonds and precious gemstones. You need to take care that not a single stone is missing from the jewellery whenever you are wearing it. If you are using a single piece of jewellery every day, or on a regular basis, you need to clean it frequently to maintain its shine. However, it is not possible to visit the shop regularly to get your jewellery cleaned. So, there are some home remedies which you can try to clean your jewellery without seeking help. Whether they are diamond full eternity rings or any other jewellery of diamonds or gemstones, you can easily clean them without putting much effort.

In this article, we shall be learning about some of the best home remedies that you can try to clean your jewellery. If you are thinking of purchasing diamond or gemstone jewellery, you should definitely opt for an authentic shop providing you with ornaments that are certified and hallmarked. AG & Sons is one such shop in the UK that provides you with hallmarked and certified jewellery. Either you can visit the shop, or order online from their site. Here you will get different types of jewellery consisting of diamonds and precious gemstones, such as emerald earrings (emerald earrings UK), aquamarine bracelets, diamond eternity rings, ruby necklaces and other jewellery pieces with different types of diamonds and gemstones.

Let us now have a look at some of the best home remedies that we can follow to keep our jewellery clean and keep their shine intact.

Use a clean toothbrush to clean your jewellery

This may sound weird. But it is one of the easiest ways to clean your jewellery. You just need to have a clean toothbrush with soft and fine bristles. You can simply scrub your jewellery pieces with the brush and normal water, if they have light spots. If the spots are tough and buildup, make sure that you are mixing some amount of toothpaste with water, then soak the ornaments in it and then scrub it with the brush. After that rinse the ornaments with clean water. Always remember to dry up the jewellery with a soft or microfibre cloth. Make sure that the jewellery is completely clean and dry before you wear it again. So whether it is your sapphire earring (sapphire earrings UK) or your diamond engagement ring, just scrub it with a clean toothbrush and you are done!

Use baking soda to clean your jewellery

It is something that you will easily get in your kitchen! If you are using baking soda for cleaning your jewellery, you do not need to scrub it as well. You just need to follow a simple step to clean your jewellery. Take a small bowl of water and add some amount of baking soda to it. Once it is in water, it will form bubbles and fizz. These bubbles and fizz will remove the dirt particles from the jewellery once you put it in the mixture. You need to soak the jewellery in a mixture of water and baking soda for a few minutes. Then remove it from the bowl and rinse it with clean water. After that completely dry it out with a soft and clean cloth. This method is suitable for silver, gold and diamond jewellery. Do not use this method for jewellery having delicate gemstones or pearls.

Use soap and water to clean your jewellery

This is one of the simplest ways to clean your jewellery. In fact this is the classic way to clean your jewellery pieces. Whether it is your diamond engagement ring or your emerald engagement ring (emerald engagement rings UK), you can clean any piece of jewellery with just soap and water. You just need to pour some water in a bowl and add a few drops of liquid soap to it. Mix it well and then put the jewellery pieces in the mixture for a few seconds. Once soaked, all the dirt particles and spots will be removed. You can also take the help of a clean brush with soft bristles to scrub the tough spots. Then rinse it with clean water and use a clean cloth or microfiber cloth to dry it.

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