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Hey, guys. Could you gives me some suggestions of the maintainance of jewelry? Oceans of thanks.

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there are special cleaning agents of each type of jewelry, ask from a jewelry shop

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Stop using unknown chemicals for cleaning your jewelry. It might lose its value soon. Its better to clean it with water by rubbing it neatly. Only that is a perfect solution

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Polish only with a soft cloth. Keep in individual cloth-lined pouches, or in zip-locked bags with the air gently pushed out. Store in a cool, dry place, away from accumulating moisture.

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You can search for some jewelry store of eozy.com to the Internet, and then to choose to suit oneself or lover according to the process that a jewelry .

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So for silver jewelry cleaning you will need the following - Aluminum Foil Salt Bicarbonate of Soda Hot Water

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Clean your jewelry with only water and soft cloth. Don't use harsh chemicals. You can ask from your local jewelry store if they are selling cleaning agents specifically for jewelry.


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I depend on what type of jewelry you are using. You can get many different cleaning agents for your jewelry. I use simple toothpaste to clean my silver jewelry. It really works, but for gold you need something more effective.

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Buy jewelry on that retail store, where they also offer free jewelry cleaners for the maintenance of your jewelry.

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Clean your jewelry with only water and soft cloth. Don't use harsh chemicals. You can ask from your local jewelry store if they are selling cleaning agents specifically for jewelry. _________________________


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