I may have posted about this in the past, but it’s worth re-hashing. 🙂
A dear friend… it was Miss Connie (our bass player), as it so often is… gave me this great tip on cleaning jewelry. In fact, when I’ve stayed at their place, she has often cleaned my ring for me!
This method works really well, for an at-home job.
All you need is:
- Dish Soap/Detergent (I use Dawn)
- Soft-Bristle Toothbrush
Heat the water and dish soap until boiling. This is can take a minute or less in the microwave…
Carefully drop the jewelry into the hot water mixture. Let it soak for a few minutes. Remove the jewelry (being careful not to burn yourself, if it’s still hot), and gently scrub with the toothbrush. Rinse, and let air dry.
Now the question… Where would y’all recommend taking jewelry for an occasional check-up/cleaning job? I’d like to find a trustworthy place that could do my ring, as well as Mama’s engagement ring, and other valuables.