• Rose & Ella

Clean your Jewelry like a Pro

Updated: Aug 17, 2019

Good news! You can clean your jewelry at home, and it's easier than you ever imagined.

Quickly our jewelry can lose their shine and collect everyday dust, dirt, and oils from lotions and soaps.

This easy DIY clean hack are so easy, we will have you sharing it with all your friends and family.

Here at Rose & Ella we love any home remedy we can find, and this polishing hack is one we always recommend to our clients to do in between polishing their jewelry.

How to clean Gold, Diamonds, & Gemstones

All you need is:

  1. 1 Glass (Heat Resistant Cup)

  2. 1 Table Spoon Dish Soap

  3. Boiling Water

  4. 1 Soft Toothbrush

Mix a 1 Tablespoon of dish soap, like Trader Joes Dish Soap, with hot water. Let jewelry soak over night, or until the water is warm to touch. Grab a soft tooth brush and run it under warm water with a rice size amount of soap on the bristles. Gently brush your jewelry along with targeting, all the small crevices to ensure the removal of any excess of oils and dust particles. Run your jewelry under more warm water, and dry the jewelry with a dry soft cloth - we recommend using a microfiber cloth to buff and dry each piece of jewelry individually.

The final results

How to Clean Silver

Polishing Silver is so easy! This is actually the one time I will agree to using "traditional toothpaste," usually I opt for all things natural but this time I have to say the toothpaste has brightened the day.

It's important for you to remember, that this won't keep tarnish from returning, as for anything maintenance and proper storage is key when preserving silver . For silver-plated jewelry, avoid excessive rubbing to keep from wearing away the finish.Toothpastes will remove stains & tarnish from silver in seconds, and once again your silver will be shine bright like a diamond.

All you need:

  1. "Tradtional" Toothpaste

  2. 1 Soft Toothbrush

. Apply a dab of white paste toothpaste (not gel) to tarnished silver and rub very gently with your finger or a soft cloth. Then, rinse well with warm water and buff to a shine with a soft cloth. For tougher stains you can use a soft toothbrush, this is also a great trick to get rid of any dirt trapped in any crevices. Once again, we recommend using a microfiber cloth to buff and dry each piece of silver individually.


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