I am not one of those women who has rings on every finger but I do have a few rings and two bangles.  I have my engagement ring and wedding ring on my left hand, plus one beautiful gold ring and one beautiful white gold ring that I wear on my right hand (but I never wear them at the same time). I generally don’t wear them in the shower or when I clean the house. I also don’t clean my jewellery – ever!

Hot Tip:

However, on the odd occassion that I have worn my rings in the shower when I have washed my hair, I did notice that my rings were nice and shiny after that! The risk of losing them down the plug-hole is enough to put me off doing that though.

 

I found a few pins on Pinterest about cleaning jewellery and thought I’d give the simplest one a try.

Here is what I found:
#6. Homemade Jewelry Cleaner -- 22 Everyday Products You Can Easily Make From Home (for less!)

 

Another Hot Tip:

Use a soft toothbrush to scrub if you have a lot of grooves and crevices that need reaching.

So here’s what my dirty jewellery looked like:

Dirty jewellery

And here are my ingredients as listed in the recipe above:

Jewellery cleaner ingredients

When I added all the ingredients to my bowl it fizzed and made a thick creamy foamy solution:

Jewellery cleaning solution

I dropped the jewellery in and let it sit for around 10 minutes.

DIY jewellery cleaning

When the time was up, I tipped out the water from the bowl.  I should have taken a photo of that actually because the water was dirty. Then I rinsed my jewels in cold water a couple of times to get all the suds off.

Sparkling clean jewellery

And now my bling will be blinding!

I will definitely do this simple process every now and then.  It will keep my jewellery looking shiny and new and will keep it in good condition.

Trina xx

 

 

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