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Jewelry Cleaner - 1 T salt 1 T baking soda 1 T dish detergent 1 c water foil Heat water in Mic 1-2 mis. Foil to cover bottom of small bowl. Hot water iAdd salt, soda, dish-washing liquid. Place jewelry on foil; let sit 5-10 mins. Rinse jewelry cool water dry completely w/ soft cloth. Do not reuse. Wire-sculpture.com, "works well for gold-filled, brass, German (nickel) silver, sterling silver. ...even cleaned jewelry w/ freshwater pearls, shell cameos, mother of pearl w/ no problem.".
1 cup boiling water, flat pan covered in foil shiny side up. 1/2 cup vinegar, 1 tbsp baking soda, 1 tbsp salt. Mix everything together except vinegar in pan, add jewellery and slowly add vinegar. Wait 5-10 mins, if necessary use a spoon to stir salt and baking soda. Rinse in water, dry. Prettygossip.com
DIY jewelry cleaner: But NEVER NEVER NEVER take any type of brush to your jewelry. Anything abrasive can scratch up the surface of the metal. Take it from me - I am a Jeweler's Daughter :) And don't EVER use toothepaste... its too abrasive. Just tried it and my jewely is sparkling again.
Homemade Jewelry Cleaner | Budget Savvy Diva; Works great! Homemade Jewelry Cleaner Need to clean your jewelry, but don’t want to pay a professional? Here’s a cheaper, easier way to get the job done!
Homemade Jewelry Cleaner 1T Baking Soda 1T Salt (use the cheap stuff) 1T Dish Soap Aluminum Foil 1C HOT Water in a large glass measuring cup or bowl heat h20 for 2 minutes and then add baking soda, salt and dish soap sink foil to bottom...set timer for 10 min, and then rince