Nov 21, 2019

Clean Diamond Earrings

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#Use dish soap. If you don’t have a jewelry cleaning kit, you can make your own solutions with many different home cleaning products. You can use regular dish soap to clean the dirt and oils off diamond earrings. <ref>http://classroom.synonym.com/clean-diamond-earrings-home-7669.html</ref>[[Image:Clean Diamond Earrings Step 4 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Use dish soap. If you don’t have a jewelry cleaning kit, you can make your own solutions with many different home cleaning products. You can use regular dish soap to clean the dirt and oils off diamond earrings. <ref>http://classroom.synonym.com/clean-diamond-earrings-home-7669.html</ref>[[Image:Clean Diamond Earrings Step 4 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*Mix together 1 cup of lukewarm water with 1 teaspoon of mild dish soap. Stir the water with your fingers until you see bubbles. Make sure the dish soap doesn’t have perfume or dye in it or it could damage the earrings. Soak the earrings for three to four minutes, so that any dirt or oil loosens up.  
 
#*Mix together 1 cup of lukewarm water with 1 teaspoon of mild dish soap. Stir the water with your fingers until you see bubbles. Make sure the dish soap doesn’t have perfume or dye in it or it could damage the earrings. Soak the earrings for three to four minutes, so that any dirt or oil loosens up.  
#*Then take a soft toothbrush and wet it in the mixture. Softly brush the diamonds. Let the earrings soak another 1-2 minutes. Then remove the earrings, and place them on a paper towel. Take a bowl of clear water and rinse the earrings off. Don’t rinse them under a faucet or you might lose them down the drain.
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#*Then take a soft toothbrush and wet it in the mixture. Softly brush the diamonds. Let the earrings soak another 1-2 minutes. Then remove the earrings, and place them on a paper towel. Take a bowl of clear water and rinse the earrings off. Don’t rinse them under a faucet or you might lose them down the drain.
 
#Try Windex. There are many different household products that you can use to clean diamond earrings. Windex works, too. Or you could soak the earrings in mild liquid detergent. Pick one with sodium lauryl ether sulfate.[[Image:Clean Diamond Earrings Step 5 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#Try Windex. There are many different household products that you can use to clean diamond earrings. Windex works, too. Or you could soak the earrings in mild liquid detergent. Pick one with sodium lauryl ether sulfate.[[Image:Clean Diamond Earrings Step 5 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*Spray a toothbrush with Windex. Then, brush the diamonds softly.  <ref>https://ift.tt/2X6citU>
 
#*Spray a toothbrush with Windex. Then, brush the diamonds softly.  <ref>https://ift.tt/2X6citU>


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