Buying gold jewellery is a very important factor and taking care of it is really a whole new ball game. How will you think your grandmother has stored that heavy gold set for decades to pass to the next generation? Ever wondered how an age-old gold still shines and looks as clear as each day? Use some of the following solutions and be described as a home-trained goldsmith.
1. Pour a few drops of dishwashing liquid in a bowl of warm water. Soak your gold jewellery in this mixture for few minutes. Take a cotton ball and wipe the jewellery gently. Be sure you cover all of the nooks of the ornament. An option to cotton balls is really a soft cotton cloth.
2. Ammonia is a good jewellery cleaner if used in proportion. Add ammonia to water in the ratio of 1:6 i.e. one part of ammonia and six parts of water. Soak your gold jewellery for not higher than a minute and eliminate it from the liquid mixture. Put it in a strainer and hold it under running tap water for few seconds. Later, keep thcontinue reading →