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Step 1: Rub the Tarnish Remover/Polishing Cream onto the metal of ring, necklace, or earring.

Step 2: Use a paper towel, cotton cloth, or cloth diaper to wipe off the cream.

Step 3: Place the jewelry piece into the liquid Jewelry Cleaner for a couple of minutes (use the included lift tray to help remove the jewelry piece).

Step 4: Use the included brush to gently clean the entire jewelry piece. Be sure to clean beneath the stones, around the stones, and into the crevices in the metal.

Step 5: Rinse the jewelry piece with clean water.

Step 6: Gently dry off the jewelry piece using a paper towel or cotton cloth.

Your jewelry should now sparkle like the day you got it!



• DO - Keep the liquid cleaner and handy dip tray next to your bathroom sink and dunk and rinse all of your jewelry as needed.

• DO - Notice the black material on the cloth - this is the tarnish and oxidation being removed from the metal.

• DO - Use only a soft toothbrush to gently brush the tarnish remover/polishing cream into difficult to reach surfaces.

• DO - Notice the bubbles as you scrub. They indicate the cleaning action has begun as hand lotion, soap residue, dirt, body oils, and other deposits are being actively dissolved and removed.

• DO - Add a splash of water to tarnish cream after each usage to keep tarnish cream moist.

• DO - Use tarnish cream only once every month or two. You can use it more often, but it should not be necessary because tarnish takes a while to dull a metal surface.

• DON'T - Soak silver jewelry or costume jewelry in liquid jewelry cleaner. Instead, just dunk and swish silver or costume jewelry in the liquid cleaner and rinse with water.

• DON'T - Use Tarnish Cream on costume jewelry. Instead, just dunk and swish costume jewelry in the liquid cleaner and rinse with water.

• DON'T - Brush jewelry harshly. Let the cleaner do the work.