DIY Jewelry Cleaner Using Aluminum Foil & Baking Soda

We are always on the hunt for really clever ideas and today we are going to show you how you can restore your Jewelry to show room condition using Aluminum Foil.

Learn how to make your own Jewelry Cleaner recipe from a few simple ingredients you already have in your home.

 Everyone is reporting amazing results using aluminum foil and baking soda in this diy jewelry cleaner recipe and we have a video tutorial that will show you how to go from drab to fab instantly.

How to Clean Your Tarnished Silver Jewelry

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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.

Jewelry Cleaner DIY Video Recipe:

We are sharing a video tutorial that shows you the results of using Aluminum Foil and Baking Soda and the results speak for themselves.The ingredients in the recipe combine to create a chemical reaction called an ion transfer which cleans the metals. 

We have outlined the recipe details below. Click Play above ^

Aluminum Foil Jewelry Cleaner Recipe

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Clean Silverware and Jewellery

We’ve found an amazing list of clever hacks to clean and polish tarnished silverware and jewelry from The Secret Yumiverse.

They’re simple and inexpensive and include Lemon Juice, Cream of Tartar, Toothpaste and even Tomato Sauce.

Homemade Jewelry CleanerListotic also have a very simple recipe that you can use without the aluminum. There’s includes salt, baking soda, dish detergent and a cup of hot water. All you need to do is soak for 10-15 minutes to get Pro results.

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