There are many different brands of jewelry cleaners on the market today. Depending on how your
jewelry is made, these products may or may not be safe for your jewelry wholesale! Before using
jewelry cleaner, take a good long look at the jewelry and try to determine what it is made of.
First, any jewelry that has pieces glued on should not be soaked in jewelry cleaners. Instead, use a
little Woolite mixed with water, and soak the piece for just a couple of minutes. Remove the piece from
the mixture and dry it immediately but gently with a soft cloth. Use a soft toothbrush to gently
scrub small crevices.
The best homemade jewelry cleaning solution is a mixture of a few drops of Dawn dish detergent in warm, not hot, water. Let the piece sit in the solution for a few minutes, longer if it’s very dirty, then gently scrub with a new, baby-size, soft toothbrush.
Avoid soaking pearls! They may come from the ocean – but water from your tap may damage them.
Simply wipe the pearl with a damp cloth, then use a polishing cloth to give it back its shine. Never
soak any of your jewelry overnight. It isn’t necessary, and it may harm the jewelry wholesale.
Again, it is important to know what gems are used in your jewelry, and how the piece was constructed
before determining how you will clean it.