Baking Soda Jewelry Cleaner


No one likes to have old looking jewelry. But most of the time, our favorite bling does not remain the same as we have bought it. It makes disturbing and unhappy. But now there is no more need to get worried, as we have a great solution to your this problem. Here we are going to share with you an amazing DIY jewelry cleaner recipe that will make all your jewelry looks shinier and just like the new one. The wonderful fact is that the entire ingredient used in this DIY cleaner is easily available in the market and almost present in every house. So there is no need to purchase them from the market.

Baking Soda Jewelry Cleaner

Things we will need + Method:

  • Take a bowl
  • Salt one tablespoon
  • Baking soda one tablespoon
  • Dish detergent one teaspoon
  • Paper towel
  • Hot water one cup
  • Aluminum foil
  • A toothbrush for cleaning

Method of Preparation:

Take a small bowl and start preparing a magical jewelry cleaner in it. First of all, add baking soda, salt, and an aluminum foil to create a chemical exchange called an ion transfer, which naturally cleans metals. Set the bowl with a square of aluminum foil, and then top up it with the baking soda, salt, and dish detergent. Simply add the hot water and watch as the liquid fizzes. Gently drop in your jewelry and let make it allow sitting in the homemade baking soda jewelry cleaner for 10 to 15 minutes.

Now remove your jewelry from the prepared cleaner and use a toothbrush to clean it by gently scrubbing around any prongs, gemstones, or groves in the jewelry. This DIY jewelry cleaner is tested on the diamond, gold, sterling, silver, and other gems with glitters on it. Rinse it thoroughly with water after cleaning, and pat dry.

You will for sure love the sparkle of your jewelry by cleaning it at home without wasting a large sum of money on expensive jewelry treatments. You can easily repeat the process when needed as it is completely safe for your jewelry. It will clean it properly and add shine to it without causing any damage to it. This DIY baking soda jewelry cleaner is free of chemicals so you can use it confidently.

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