Do You Struggle with How to Keep Your Costume Jewelry From Getting Tarnish? Solution Revealed In This Blog Post!
Posted by Angela Maynard
How to Keep Your Costume Jewelry From Getting Tarnish
A. If you love wearing costume jewelry and want to keep it from getting tarnish…
Here are some tips…
Don’t…Spray Cologne, Hair Spray, Body Lotion, Suntan Lotion whenever you wear costume jewelry.
Apply before you put on your costume jewelry and try not to add in areas where the jewelry would be worn.
This would make your costume jewelry stay in good condition.
B. When using harsh chemical for household chores take off your costume jewelry rings and bracelets. This is a big mistake some people make.
This information pertains mostly to Copper, Brass, Gold plate, Pewter, Metal, Silver plate, Costume Jewelry.
C. You must treat your jewelry with love, especially if it is a special costume jewelry piece.
If you notice that the color has changed, you could clean it with Liquid Jewelry Cleaner. I use Myron Toback Gem & Jewelry Cleaner which does a good job? The price is very reasonable.
You could also purchase an Ionic Cleaner which is very helpful with the jewelry cleaner.
For sterling silver you could use toothpaste or baking soda.
Stuff you already have in your kitchen to clean tarnish costume jewelry…Copper/Brass
For brass jewelry add a little lemon juice into a small bowl with cool water for one to two minutes…rinse in cool water and wipe with paper towel or old cotton t-shirt.
For cooper put tomato ketchup on paper towel and wipe the jewelry until clean, rinse with cool water…dry with paper towel and shine.
“Again, Don’t put any harsh chemical on your jewelry.”
Take care of your Gems, Platinum, Gold.
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