Tips on How to Clean Your Jewellery at Home

The lady in your life is always very special and she will appreciate the extra special service you offer when it comes to how to clean personalised jewellery for her. Jewellery is an expensive piece of trinket and it must be maintained properly by keeping it clean. If you find that you are unable to do this yourself then there are many services available that provide expert personalised jewellery cleaning and care. Some stores specialize in providing personalised jewellery servicing for those customers who cannot clean their jewellery on their own. There are a variety of jewellers who can help you with how to clean the jewellery for the lady in your life and here is some helpful information on how you can find these services.

How to clean your jewellery if your lady wears jewellery made from stone: If you have purchased your lady’s jewellery at a reputable establishment, such as a jeweller, then you should know how to properly care for it. In addition, make sure that you purchase the most beautiful and durable stone that you can afford. When you clean your jewellery make sure that you use products that are specifically designed for personal jewelling and make sure that you follow the instructions on the label.

How to clean jewellery that is kept in a room temperature water bath: To wash your pieces of jewellery you will need to fill a small bowl with warm water and place one small piece of jewellery into the water bath. Dip the toothpick into the water to pick up any particles that may be floating on the surface of the water. Then gently brush the surface of the item to remove any loose particles and to make sure that the item is thoroughly cleaned.

How to clean the jewellery that is kept in a room temperature water bath: For items that are kept in a room temperature water bath, you will need to use a small soft cloth dipped in the recommended jeweller’s soap and gently brush the item. Do not use a very hard bristle brush because this could scratch the stones or cause them to become tarnished. Once you have finished brushing the piece, allow it to dry in the air for a few minutes, and then use a separate soft cloth dipped into the recommended jeweller’s water to rinse the piece. Once again, make sure that you rinse the item well before you place it in the storing box.

How to clean silver jewellery that has been tarnished: If your silver jewellery has been tarnished you will need to clean the tarnished items using a recommended jeweller’s polish. After applying the polish, allow it to dry in the heat of the room. Once it is dry, take a q-tip or toothbrush and gently wipe away any excess polish. Do not use a stiff brush as this could scratch the stones. You can now return the tarnished item to your jewellery box, but remember to apply a small amount of jeweller’s wax to the item before placing it back in its box. This helps to protect the stones from damage while it is still in the box.

How to clean jewellery that is kept in a damp environment: You may find that you need to use a slightly more abrasive cleaning solution when cleaning your jewellery that is kept in a damp area. The items you can use include salt, cream, or glycerine-based soaps. When using these types of soaps, do not saturate the pieces with the cleaning solution as this could cause them to discolour. It is also important to rinse the pieces carefully with warm water to remove any excess soap. Once you have finished rinsing, allow the piece to dry in the normal fashion, then you can store it in its usual location.

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