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How to Clean Hard Stones
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How to Clean Hard Stones
Moh's Scale of Hardness 8-10
Diamonds, Rubies, Garnets, Sapphires, etc.


These stones are the hardest available and can withstand long periods of soaking in liquids without being damaged. Jewelry pieces with these stones can be can be cleaned with both the Liquid Jewelry Cleaner and the Polishing Cream.


Polishing Cream – Recommended a few times a year to maintain brilliance on precious metals by removing tarnish or other build-up on gold, silver or platinum. Cream is designed to polish metals but is safe if it getst on these stones.
To Clean –Dampen your jewelry item with water, rub a little of the Polishing Cream directly on the metal, wipe off cream with a paper towel or soft cloth, rinse with water and dry.


Liquid Jewelry Cleaner – Use daily, weekly, monthly, or as often as needed to remove unwanted dirt, grease, and grime from these jewelry pieces.
To Clean - We recommend soaking these items in the Liquid Jewelry Cleaner while you take a shower or brush your teeth to quickly sparkle up what you’re wearing that day. Then brush item to remove any residue buildup, rinse with water and dry.



 
Starter Jewelry Cleaner Kit
Starter Jewelry Cleaner Kit
$19.95
Tarnish Remover & Metal Polish Cream - 32 oz.
Tarnish Remover & Metal Polish Cream - 32 oz.
$39.95
Tarnish Remover & Metal Polish Cream - One-Gallon
Tarnish Remover & Metal Polish Cream - One-Gallon
$99.95