HOW TO CLEAN GOLD JEWELRY
Gold does not tarnish like other metals, but over time, everyday dirt, grime, and accumulated oil from your skin can cause gold jewelry to lose its shine, causing it to look dingy and less lustrous.
Many do-it-yourself (DIY) cleaners contain slightly abrasive ingredients, such baking soda, or harsh soaps and detergents. Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner is non-abrasive and non-corrosive so it will safely restore the shine to precious rings, bracelets, necklaces and other gold jewelry.
TIP: When you're finished soaking and scrubbing, pour the used Simple Green in the sink. You can use it to quickly wipe down your sink and help deodorize your drain.
Do not use Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner or any other degreaser to clean pearls, opals or emeralds. A degreaser can remove the oils with which these gems are treated, removing their luster and causing damage.
We also do not recommend cleaning costume jewelry, gold-plated or gold-filled jewelry – these should be cleaned only with warm water.
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