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Do's and Don'ts of Spring Cleaning Your Jewelry

Does spring give you a sudden urge to clean everything – including your jewelry? Before you reach for the toothpaste or chemical-laden jewelry cleaner, check out our Do’s and Don’ts.

We want to make sure your DIY spring cleaning isn't causing potential risk to your treasured jewelry pieces.

  • DO read the labels on jewelry cleaning supplies. Some chemicals can be damaging to certain metals and gemstones.
  • DON’T clean your jewelry with toothpaste. The abrasives in toothpaste can scratch your stones and bands.
  • DON’T clean your jewelry over the sink or anywhere there is an open drain.
  • DO use warm water, mild dish soap and a soft bristle toothbrush to get in hard-to-reach areas.
  • DO visit your jeweler at least once a year for a professional cleaning and inspection to restore the brilliance to your jewelry and ensure that it’s in good condition.
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