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DIY Jewelry Cleaners

Who doesn’t like to shine? Same goes for the jewelry we wear, no one is fond those old tarnished and rusted ornaments that you can’t flaunt! Shiny and sparkling jewelry gives an excellent impression and let’s not deny it, we all want to look at our best. Most of us spend a fortune on making our jewelers. But are you aware that you can very easily shine up your necklaces, rings and what not at home! A plus? They are just super cost effective.

Ketchup Cleaner :


Pour the ketchup into a bowl or dish and soak the jewelry in it. Make sure that ketchup covers all of its parts and then just them off for about 10-15 minutes. Take out the jewelry and rinse with warm water. Pat dry with a soft cloth. Another thing what can opt for is using a toothbrush coated with ketchup to brush off the dirt and polish the jewelry. Make it spotless with warm water after polishing.

Lemon Cleaner :


Mix one tbsp of lemon juice with half a cup of both water and dry instant milk. Soak your jewelry in this mixture overnight. It will be sparkling shiny the next morning. It is the finest homemade jewelry cleaner for copper. So why not give it a try?

Detergent Cleaner :


Pour one part of mild detergent in three parts of warm water. Clean the ornament using a very soft toothbrush. Let the jewelry soak in the solution overnight and rinse it off with normal water. It is the best jewelry cleaner for gold and silver jewelry.

Vinegar Cleaner :


Vinegar works as best homemade jewelry cleaner for silver. Combine one tbsp each of salt and baking soda in a cup of boiling water. After removing from stove, place your jewelry in it. Add 1/2 cup of vinegar to it. Let your jewelry soak in it for some time. Rinse it with warm water and dab with a dry cloth. Watch your jewelry shine!