1. Make a mixture of mild detergent and water.
2. Use a small, soft brush to clean your gold jewelry. The small brush is able to clean some parts of jewelry that are hard to reach.
3. Polish the gold jewelry with a soft, lint-free cloth. This step is very important because the washing liquid that is left on jewelry can have a negative impact on it. Polishing is the best and surely the cheapest way to keep your gold jewelry radiant.
4. Store your gold jewelry in a way that avoids scratches. It is better to have a special storage for each piece of your jewelry. Each ring or bracelet should be stored in its own soft cloth pouch.
if you found that all this steps is so terr,you can change your idea ti choose a silver jewellery ,maybe you will like here :
by preeti.chary 5 years ago
can diamonds be set in 22 carat gold or is it too soft to support diamondi heard diamonds r set in 18 carat gold only.and have a doubt if i'm being cheated whn a jeweller tells me its a 22k gold wid diamonds set
by candycox 4 years ago
Which one is the perfect choice for diamonds rings - white/ yellow gold?Please suggest
by katielrose 5 years ago
Is gold jewelry bad luck?My boyfriend claims that there is a superstition that says gold is bad luck. I've never heard of this superstition, but he won't buy me gold jewelry because of this. It's disappointing considering that yellow gold compliments my complexion far better than white gold,...
by The Marker 3 years ago
I was searching through the internet asking if buying gold would be a wise investment and does the value of gold rises as time goes on. Still got no clear answers so I want to ask it here.
by Brianna Stuart 4 years ago
I'm just curious to see whether or not you would choose one over the other and why.
by Norah Casey 5 years ago
What is the best process for cleaning an antique ring?I got engaged this weekend and am concerned about damaging the ring using standard jewelry cleaning methods.
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