Easy Homemade Jewelry Cleaner With Kitchen Ingredients

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Try this easy homemade jewelry cleaner and never pay for expensive cleaning again. It can be so frustrating to have beautiful jewelry that you would like to wear, but might be embarrassed to do so because it is dull and unattractive looking. This cleaner can help you out.

A lot of things can affect our jewelry, causing it to look dull and unattractive. For example, have you accidentally put your perfume on after your necklace? That can leave jewelry looking dull. The same holds true for hair spray, so be sure to get that on before you put in your earrings. Are you creaming your hands while you are wearing your favorite rings? That lovely liquid can get caught in the many little crevices that hold your stones in place. Again, it will make your rings appear dull.

All of these things and many others can cause your rings, earrings, necklaces, and other accoutrements to appear less beautiful than they once were. But you do not have to wait until you have enough pennies saved to take them all in to be professionally cleaned. Just a couple of ingredients that you have at home will do the trick for most of your silver, gold, or even silverware and any other silver home décor.

The first trick is to remember to keep your old toothbrushes, or splurge on new, as you like. A toothbrush is a great tool to get in to all those crevices and nooks and crannies that jewelry has. This simple tool will help you get your silver and gold looking bright, shiny, lustrous and new again. So keep those toothbrushes! You might also want to label the toothbrush with a bit of masking tape and marker so no one accidentally uses it on their teeth. A homemade cleaner won’t hurt someone, exactly, but it might be a rather unpleasant shock when they learn what went in to their mouth!

This recipe to clean your jewelry with a homemade cleaner is inexpensive and you likely already have the ingredients at home. So try it today and beautiful renewed jewelry tonight.

Find out how to make this recipe to clean your jewelry and many others at the website, Classy Clutter, by following the link below.

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