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{Pin Test} Jewelry Cleaner

I used to have this jewelry cleaner and it ended up breaking after a few years and a couple moves in the Air Force.  I LOVED it, but once it was put to rest I never ended up buying another. I basically got lazy had kids and didn’t care about my jewelry being sparkly anymore. Kind of goes hand in hand with brushing my teeth. Who has the time? hehe

While making my jewelry frame/holder I realized how sad all my silver baubles looked. They’re supposed to be shiny and SILVER, not dull and….brown, right? I figured I’d better clean them all up otherwise my husband won’t get me nice things in the future! *wink wink hint hint*.

It’s been a while since we did a pin test, so why not test out this jewelry cleaner found here via Pinterest? What do you think? I’ll let you be the judge…homemade jewelry cleaner

Not good enough for you? How about the below image…I left part of my ring sticking out of the jewelry cleaner to compare the clean vs the dirty. Ummm yeah. I’d say it works! before and after homemade jewelry cleaner

Did I enjoy this pin? I LOVE how sparkly my jewelry is now!

Did anything unexpected happen? I chickened out on putting my wedding rings in the pan. I think it wouldve been fine bc the ingredients arent crazy, but I just got too scared.

Overall Rating from 1-5: Straight of 5, you guys!


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    • Ashley says

      It was so fun watching everything become so sparkly! Maybe now I won’t be so bad about cleaning my jewelry. :)

  1. Kara says

    I always buy new jewelry cleaner when we move. I haven’t gotten around to it yet with this move so I’m going to try this.
    ps. We have the same wedding set except my engagement ring is a pear! I like your style 😉

    • Ashley says

      I’m glad you hadn’t bought any yet. This was SO easy!

      Great minds thinking alike (w our matching wedding sets) hehe

    • Ashley says

      I don’t see why not! I’m going to try putting some of my silverware in. Eeek why can’t cleaning be this effortless w everything else?!

    • Ashley says

      Good to know! I def need to do my white gold jewelry so that makes me feel better knowing you already tested it out. :) thanks!

    • Ashley says

      Yay! Im so glad your jewels are sparkly again. I cant wait to try my wedding rings. I chickened out before, but they NEED it!

  2. Bethany says

    Not sure how anyone “tried this out” since it doesn’t list the ingredients. Is that sugar? Baking soda? Flour? I’m assuming baking soda. How much to use? Does it matter? Totally useless….

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  4. amanda says

    i just tried this after a few failed home tarnish cleaners and lemme tell you gurrrllll my jewelry looks brand new! thank you!

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