6 Jewelry Cleaning Hacks You Need.

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We can all agree that everything new and shiny looks great.We all know how expensive jewellry can be, it’s their super important that you take good care of each and every piece that you own. Here are 6 simple hacks you really need.

Jewellery hack 1,Dish Soap, Water, and a Toothbrush.

This is quite simple since you have all these items in the house. Place your rings in a container with a few drops of any dishwashing liquid and warm water. Soak the rings for a few minutes depending on how dirty they are.You can then use a toothbrush to scrub off any stubborn dirt. Rinse with clean water and you got your shinny ring back.

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Jewellery hack 2, ketchup.

If you want to clean any  tarnished silver jewellery, all you need is ketchup. Get a small bowl and fill it up with ketchup and put your jewels inside for just a few minutes. Find an old toothbrush then gently rub the jewellery to remove the dirt. You can then rinse the jewellery with clean water and a piece of cloth.

Jewellry hack 3,beer and a soft cloth.

This is mainly used when cleaning  solid gold rings. Dumpen the piece of cloth with a bit of beer  and rub the ring gently. Do not put the ring in the beer though, you should also avoid ale beer by all means.You can then dry the ring using a different piece of cloth.

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Jewellry hack 4,aluminium foil.

Line the inside of a small bowl with aluminum foil. Then fill the bowl with hot water and a tablespoon of bleach-free powdered laundry detergent. Deep the jewelry in the solution and let it soak for exactly a minute. Rinse well and air-dry.

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Jewellry hack 5, club soda.

All you have to do is soak your jewellry in club soda to give them a bright shine. Simply place them in a glass full of club soda and let them soak overnight.

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Jewellry hack 6, toothpaste.

Toothpaste can actually be used to clean pretty much anything in your jewelry box with an exception to anything with pearls. Place a bit of paste on an old toothbrush and scrub away. You should then with a piece of  cloth and  warm water to  completely wipe away the paste.

Sarah Wangari