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Make Your Own Jewelry Cleaner

Make Your Own Jewelry Cleaner

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Jewelry cleaner is one of those items that can be easily made at home for far less that you would spend at the store. I asked our readers for some suggestions on how to make your own jewelry cleaner and here are some of the tips I got.

 

Carol A, a new reader had this to say;

Warm water and baking soda in a flat bottom pan and some aluminum foil in the bottom. This is also good for silver. Toothpaste works great too with a old toothbrush. I wouldn’t use anything on pearls though it will ruin them.

 

Jean added this:

I make my jewelry cleaner like this: 1/2 amonia 1/2 water. Let gold jewelry soak for a long while and then use an old toothbrush to scrub with, rinse and wipe dry. Do NOT use on sterling silver jewelry. Toothpaste or a polishing cloth is the best for that.

 

Another reader confirmed using toothpaste:

For gold jewelry I use toothpaste and and old toothbrush.

 

Reader Question: Do you make jewelry cleaner at home? What do you use?
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