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How to Clean Gold Jewellery

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If your jewellery is prone to mild stains or tarnish, regular cleaning with a little bit of everyday dishwashing soap should do the trick. A small amount of soap in warm water will help loosen debris, making it easier to wash off with a clean cloth or toothbrush. Soak your gold pieces in the solution for a few minutes, and then gently scrub away any remaining grime. Then, rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. You can also use a commercial jewellery cleaner for gold, but only if it’s safe for the specific type of jewellery you have, as some cleaners may damage precious stones.

Be careful when cleaning jewellery that has glued gemstones like pearls, opals or tourmaline. Soaking and harsh chemical cleaners can cause them to crack, break or lose their shine. Instead, regularly wipe them with a soft cloth to keep them looking their best.

When it comes to gold plated jewellery, you’ll want to take extra care with it since the coating isn’t as durable as pure gold. Avoid abrasive cleaners or rough polishing, as these can scratch the surface and wear down the gold overlay. And if your jewellery has a textured or engraved design, be careful that you don’t scratch any of the details.    cleaning gold jewellery

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