How To Clean Your Engagement Ring with Household Remedies

Clean Your Jewellery With Household Products!

For today's how-to, we're showing you how you can get your engagement ring clean and sparkly using household remedies. And all of these techniques are perfectly safe for all different types of precious stones and metals. Whether you want to try using baking soda, dishwasher detergent, or ammonia, your precious piece will be clean and sparkly in no time. The bonus? You can also use these tips to clean other pieces in your jewellery box.

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I'm Allison McNamara and in today's Fab How To. I'm going to show you three ways to clean your engagement ring, using products you probably have at home. The first method is baking soda, which is a mild, nonabrasive cleaning agents that can be used to clean all different types of precious stones and metals. The first step is to take your baking soda and pour it into a small bowl then take a little bit of warm water and pour it into the bowl to create a paste. Take your ring and rub the paste all around the stone and the setting. Wash the paste off with water. Depending on how dirty your ring is, you can either repeat this step, or dry it off with a lint free cloth. Make sure to use a lint free cloth so that the fibers don'tyour ring. Wow, you can totally see the difference. Take a look at that sparkle. Another way to clean your engagement ring is with dish washing detergent. Make a solution containing three parts warm water, one part dishwashing detergent. Use a soft bristle toothbrush. Make sure it's soft bristle very important. Take your ring, and rub the solution all over it with a brush. Make sure to get into all the. This is a great way to get rid of lotion, oil, and general grime. If your ring is really dirty, let it sit in solution overnight. Otherwise, rinse it off in water And then dry it off and polish it with a lint free cloth. And, good as new. A third method to clean your engagement ring is to use Ammonia, which is really great to bring out the color and shine in precious stones. Create a solution with three parts warm water, one part straight ammonia. Place your ring in the solution and let it sit for three-to-five minutes. Take your ring out of the solution, and dry it with a lint-free cloth. Look at how beautifully this ring now catches the light. Use one of these three techniques once a week to keep your ring clean and sparkly. Thanks for watching today's "How To." I'm Allison McNamara and I'll see you next time on FabSugar TV.



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