FAQs Jewelry Cleaning
All you need to know about cleaning your Jewelry
How to Clean Your Jewelry?
You can keep your jewelry shiny and sparkling with products you already have at home.
- A simple way to keep your jewelry looking beautiful is to soak it in a gentle degreasing solution, such as water with a few drops of mild dish soap. After you remove the jewelry from the cleaning liquid, use a soft toothbrush to remove any remaining dirt in the setting, which tends to collect the a lot of oil and dirt.
- You can also use vinegar. The acidic properties of vinegar can work wonders on gold jewelry. “To remove buildup and restore shine to my favorite gold pieces, I like to just drop them in a small bowl of vinegar and let them sit for 15 to 20 minutes.” Afterward, rinse them well with hot water and then pat dry with a soft cloth.
- There is a lot you can do on your own to keep your jewelry shining like new, but sometimes, there is just no substitute for the trained eye of a professional. It is safe to use an ultrasonic cleaner with jewelry. Ethyl alcohol is good for rinsing diamonds Or moissanite because it evaporates so quickly. Do not use rubbing alcohol: it contains oil and will spot and dull the stone. For hard spots you can use toothpicks and dental floss. Be careful not to scratch the metal or lift the prongs. A final wipe with a lint-free cloth will remove any dust or water spot. To really get your gold and gemstones to sparkle,
- it is recommended to have your pieces professionally checked and cleaned every six months to a year.
Rinse Your Jewelry
After you cleaned your jewelry then rinse well with warm water to take off the extra product you used to clean it.
Dry Your Jewelry With a Soft Cloth
We suggest you to buy a soft jewelry polishing cloth who will help you recover the brilliance of your jewelry.
It is recommended to have your pieces professionally checked and cleaned every six to twelve months. They will clean, polish, verify your jewelry.