Whether it’s jewellery you wear every day or family heirlooms sitting in your jewellery box, it’s all going to need a good clean at some point. You can buy ready-made jewellery cleaning products but they are full of harsh chemicals and often make your jewellery tarnish more quickly – so you need to use it more and buy more product. I also love my homemade cleaner because you can use it on pearls, gold, silver and any gem stones without worrying about ruining any aspect of your jewellery. Here’s what you’ll need for my non toxic jewellery cleaner: 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon bicarbonate of soda 1 teaspoon washing up liquid 250ml hot water Tinfoil Paper towel Small bowl or teacup The salt, bicarbonate soda, and tinfoil create a chemical exchange called an ion transfer, which naturally cleans metals. Directions: Gather the jewellery that needs cleaning, you can put…

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