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Diamond Cleaning 101

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Items You Will Need

1 – Soft bristle toothbrush

2 – Paper towel or cotton cloth

3 – Liquid dish soap

4 – Warm water

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Step 1:

Make a solution of warm water and a few drops of liquid dish soap.

Dawn works best. Mix until soapy.

Step 2:

Place your jewelry in the solution for at least five minutes. Soak for longer if needed.

Step 3:

Take your jewelry out and gently brush away dirt with your soft bristle toothbrush

Step 4:

Rinse with warm water and pat dry with you paper towel or cotton cloth

Jewelry must be completely dry before worn or stored

Step 5:

Enjoy the sparkle!

Diamond Cleaning 101 Blog, Jewelry, News & Events

While the method described above is the best way to clean your jewelry at home, there is no substitute for visiting deBoulle for a professional cleaning.

We will know the proper procedures depending on the specific type of gemstone and metal, as well as check your item over for any damage. We always recommend a semi-annual visit.

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