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As the most expensive precious metal, gold also happens to be one of the most abundant metals in the Earth's crust. With a growing demand for gold, there has been an increase in mining efforts that have had a huge impact on the environment. Gold mining companies exploit the precious metal through environmentally harmful and exploitative means that not only negatively impact our environment but also harm the people who are engaged in the process.

Gold is a soft, yellow metal that has been mined and sought after for many centuries. It has always been a valuable commodity and has been used as a medium of exchange and as an expression of wealth and power. In the past decade, the jewellery industry has faced a number of challenges to its existence. The industry has been questioned over the issue that 80% of the gold jewellery is alleged to be made of “Dirty Gold” or “Conflict Gold” – gold that is mined in places where gold mining practices are hazardous to the environment and human life. The second challenge being faced by the industry is the whole issue of “Blood Diamonds” which refers to diamonds mined in war torn countries in Africa where children are forcefully enlisted as workers or slaves.

Tips are Given as below

  1. Gather your materials – To clean your jewellery at home, you'll need a few simple supplies including: a soft toothbrush, a bowl of warm water, a mild dish soap, and a soft cloth.
  2. Brush away dirt and grime – Use the soft toothbrush to gently brush away any dirt or grime that's accumulated on your jewellery. Be sure to pay extra attention to areas that tend to get dirty, like crevices and engravings. Use a soft bristled brush to gently scrub the jewellery.
  3. Soak in soapy water – Create a gentle cleaning solution by mixing a mild dish soap with warm water in the bowl. Then, soak your jewellery in the solution for about 15 minutes.
  4. Rinse and dry – Once you've given your jewellery a good soaking, rinse it off with clean water and dry it thoroughly with the soft cloth. And that's it! Your jewellery will be sparkling clean in no time.

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