DIY Jewellery Cleaner
If you’re anything like me, you really like your silver jewellery. And unfortunately, whether it’s coloured aluminum, silver-plated, or .925-stamped sterling, it can tarnish pretty easily.
Quite some time ago, I found an amazing DIY on food.com (of all places!) that works wonders. And, today, I found a video that demonstrates just how easy (and inexpensive) it is to have bright, shiny jewellery all the time.
So unless you have an heirloom piece (and, then, I’d suggest taking it directly to a jeweller) don’t waste your time or money on those jewellery-cleaning products you see in department stores or advertised on TV.
Give it a try!
Will this work with gold also?
I don’t actually own any gold jewellery (beyond my engagement & wedding ring, but they’re white gold; and I tend to leave them on when I’m cleaning up in the kitchen and regular old dish detergent seems to keep them sparkling) so I’m not 100% certain. I did a quick look around, though, and found this wikihow link that offers up a few options. 🙂