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    • Tammy Pita

      Jewelry Cleaner Recipe - Food.com INGREDIENTS Nutrition SERVINGS 1 YIELDS 1 bowl of cleaning solution UNITS US 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 tablespoon dish detergent 1 cup water 1 piece aluminum foil DIRECTIONS Heat water in the microwave for 1 or 2 minutes. Cut a piece of aluminum foil that roughly covers the bottom of a small bowl (like a cereal bowl). Pour hot water into bowl. Place salt, soda, and dishwashing liquid into bowl. Place jewelry on top of foil and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse jewelry in cool water and dry jewelry completely with soft cloth. Discard solution after use and make a new batch next time. According to wire-sculpture.com, "this works well for gold-filled, brass, german (nickel) silver, and sterling silver. I have even cleaned jewelry with freshwater pearls, shell cameos and mother of pearl with no problem.".

    • Nikki Zwit Brennan

      Homemade jewelry cleaner. Going to pin this so I don't lose the recipe. Tried it right away and it works wonderfully! Just use a big enough bowl because it foams quite a bit from the baking soda!

    • Kim Cari

      DIY Jewelry cleaner - another pinner said "tried it today and my engagement ring is almost blinding, it's sparkling so much" salt, baking soda, dish det, 1 cup hot water in a bowl lined with aluminum foil....check it out

    • Vallee Gutierrez

      NEVER BUY JEWELLERY CLEANER AGAIN! I GET ABOUT 100 MESSAGES A DAY REQUESTING THIS... SO HERE IT IS AGAIN! remember to like & share to keep this on your timeline! 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 tablespoon dish detergent 1 cup water 1 piece aluminum foil Directions: 1. Heat water in the microwave for 1 or 2 minutes. 2. Cut a piece of aluminum foil that roughly covers the bottom of a small bowl (like a cereal bowl). 3. Pour hot water into bowl. Place salt, soda, and dishwashing liquid into bowl. Place jewelry on top of foil and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse jewelry in cool water and dry jewelry completely with soft cloth. Discard solution after use and make a new batch next time. 4. According to wire-sculpture.com, "this works well for gold-filled, brass, german (nickel) silver, and sterling silver. I have even cleaned jewelry with freshwater pearls, shell cameos and mother of pearl with no problem."

    • Mary Matsko-Hurley

      Homemade Jewelry Cleaner 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 tablespoon dish detergent 1 cup water 1 piece aluminum foil Directions: 1Heat water in the microwave for 1 or 2 minutes.2Cut a piece of aluminum foil that roughly covers the bottom of a small bowl (like a cereal bowl).3Pour hot water into bowl. Place salt, soda, and dishwashing liquid into bowl. Place jewelry on top of foil and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse jewelry in cool water and dry jewelry completely with soft cloth. Discard solution after use and make a new batch next time.4According to wire-sculpture.com, "this works well for gold-filled, brass, german (nickel) silver, and sterling silver. I have even cleaned jewelry with freshwater pearls, shell cameos and mother of pearl with no problem.". Read more: http://www.food.com/recipe/jewelry-cleaner-180133#ixzz1zrkgLToS

    • Ashleigh McGinnis Rutherford

      Jewelry cleaner - another pinner said - tried it today and my engagement ring is almost blinding, it's sparking so much :). 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 tablespoon dish detergent 1 cup water 1 piece aluminum foil Directions: Heat water in the microwave for 1 or 2 minutes. Cut a piece of aluminum foil that roughly covers the bottom of a small bowl (like a cereal bowl). Pour hot water into bowl. Place salt, soda, and dishwashing liquid into bowl. Place jewelry on top of foil and let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Rinse jewelry in cool water and dry jewelry completely with soft cloth. Discard solution after use and make a new batch next time. According to wire-sculpture.com, "this works well for gold-filled, brass, german (nickel) silver, and sterling silver. I have even cleaned jewelry with freshwater pearls, shell cameos and mother of pearl with no problem.".

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