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How to Remove Tarnish from Precious Metals
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How to Remove Tarnish From Precious Metals
Includes the following:
Yellow Gold, White Gold, Black Hills Gold, Silver, Sterling Silver, Palladium, Pewter, Copper, Brass, Bronze


All precious metal jewelry can tarnish and dull over time. Jewelry pieces with these precious metals 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 all precious metals by removing tarnish or other build-up. Cream is safe to get on gem stones. Note: Polishing Cream not safe for plated or costume metals.
To Clean – Dampen your jewelry item with water, rub a little of the Polishing Cream directly on the metal or brush on lightly for intricate pieces, 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 precious metals.
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.



How to Clean Necklaces, Chains & Bracelets
Includes the following: Gold, Silver, Sterling Silver, Copper, Brass, Bronze


These items can get extremely dirty from body oils, dirt, grime, and even tarnish. Take care not to bend metals or damage gem stones on these jewelry items. Most of these items 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 all precious metals by removing tarnish or other build-up. Polishing Cream is safe to get on gem stones. Note: Do not use Polishing Cream on plated metals or costume jewelry.
To Clean – Dampen your jewelry item with water, rub a little of the Polishing Cream directly on the metal or brush on lightly for intricate pieces, wipe off cream with a paper towel or soft cloth, rinse with water and dry.
Alternate Technique: Wrap jewelry item around hand, dampen hand, brush Polishing Cream around chain until cream becomes frothy, wipe item with 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 items.
To Clean – We recommend soaking these items in the liquid 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.
Alternate Technique: For excessively dirty items, do not soak in Liquid Jewelry Cleaner because dirty item may contaminate Liquid Cleaner. Instead, brush item with Liquid Jewelry Cleaner to remove buildup, rinse with water and dry.



 
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