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How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? #638227 10/25/10 07:56 AM
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Hi All; How do you remove cigarette smoke from jewelry? Does anyone know how to without making the jewelry smell like the cleaner? The jewelry is costume jewelry made from pot metal and alloys not gold or silver so the metal is more porous and delicate. I don't smoke. I bought it this way and am trying to avoid returning it. If you know a successful way please let me know. REgards

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Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: berryk] #638242 10/25/10 01:53 PM
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I use baby wipes to clean my crystal jewelry...you might try that.


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Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: liliadroz] #639338 10/30/10 02:11 PM
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neat alcohol or vodka might work provided everything else was OK with it.


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Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: berryk] #658120 01/24/11 07:57 AM
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You can use a piece of wet cloth with a little warm vinegar to wipe the cigarette smoke away.

Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: FlingWings] #665152 02/23/11 08:19 AM
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Brushing with toothpaste will be fine good results

Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: jewelrysale520] #665167 02/23/11 10:52 AM
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soak it in bicarbonate of soda


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Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: Linda19] #672230 03/23/11 09:34 AM
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you could use toothpaste to brush your jewelry.

Re: How do you remove smoke smell from jewelry? [Re: berryk] #743867 02/01/12 09:50 AM
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Try using a mild detergent with a soft piece of cloth. This will definitely help to solve the problem.


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