We know that jewelery is one of the accessories you value and care for. Claning should be very attentive for long-term bright and eye-catching use. The right solution to this situation will be to take it to your jeweler. The product you bought from Roberto Bravo has a lifetime maintenance service.
If we have to do jewelry cleaning at home, let's briefly look at the commonly known cleaning methods and their negative effects on jewelry before purest method.
Olive Oil / Hazelnut Oil and Vinegar
In this method, half a cup of hazelnut oil or olive oil is mixed in an oil filled bowl and mixed. Jewelery is put into it and left overnight. The next morning, with the help of a brush, it is cleaned using soda.
The first prominent problem here is oil and vinegar, albeit slightly acidic. If it is kept as long as one night, it may seriously damage the jewelery.
Another factor is related to our brush selection. The toothbrush to be used for cleaning should be chosen as new and very soft.
Salt, Soda and Dishwashing Detergent
Again, one of the frequently used methods is to put the jewelery into these products, which are placed in a container, for 10 minutes.
Then it is dried with a towel and prepared for use. In this method, salt and soda have the potential to seriously damage jewelery.
Hot Water and Soda
It is important to remember the potential for harm in this simple solution. Gold is a soft mineral. The water may be hot and can cause acidic damage.
DIY Jewelry Cleaning
Warm Water and Dishwashing Detergent
The formula that will not harm the jewelery you can make at home, is placed in a bowl of warm water and dish detergent in a way that does not exceed a few drops.
After waiting for a minute, it is put in another container that is not too cold from warm water to rinse. Then it is cleaned with a paper towel.
The important thing to consider in this simple solution is that the water is not too hot or too cold and the amount of detergent is not too much.