We’ve put together the best Jewelry Cleaner DIY recipes for you to try. They work great and your pieces will shine every time …
Learn how to make your own Jewelry Cleaner DIY recipe from a few simple ingredients you already have in your home.
It’s all natural and will save you big dollars plus is safe for the environment and that can only be a good thing!
The mixture can dry out your skin a little so it’s best to use a pair of rubber gloves when you’re mixing and soaking your rings or other pieces of jewelry. You won’t believe the difference it makes. It will extend their life and it only takes 10 minutes.
According to the creator, this technique will last well for sterling silver, gold-filled, nickel, silver, and brass rings or jewelry.
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Jewelry Cleaner DIY Recipe:
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 1 tablespoon baking soda
- 1 tablespoon dish detergent
- 1 cup water
- 1 piece aluminum foil
Start by heating up the cup of water in your microwave for 1 or 2 minutes then get a small bowl (a cereal bowl is an ideal size) and cut a piece of aluminum foil to cover the bottom of the bowl. Add your hot water, baking soda and dish detergent and place your rings or jewelry items on top of the foil.
Leave them to soak for up to 10 minutes then rinse and gently pat dry. The solution can’t be reused so you should simply remake a bowl whenever you need it. We also have a very effective Cream of Tartar jewelry cleaner recipe in our Amazing Uses For Cream Of Tartar post too. Be sure to check it out!
Clean Your Jewelry Video Tutorial
We have included a video that shows you how to clean your jewelry with Baking Soda and aluminum foil. Click Play above to view ^
If you want to show off your scientific knowledge to your friends, show them this recipe tip using salt, baking soda, and aluminum foil. The ingredients combine to create a chemical reaction called an ion transfer which cleans the metals.
We’ve found an amazing list of clever hacks to clean and polish tarnished silverware or jewelry for you. They’re all simple and inexpensive and include Lemon Juice, Cream of Tartar, Toothpaste or even Tomato Sauce.