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Hot Water And Toothpaste for Clean Jewelry

We use toothpaste quite often. The real secret is to run the object under hot hot water for quite a while then to dry the surfaces with a soft cloth. It does a better job than the steamer at the jewelers, especially on diamonds.

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By Linda Jones from New York City

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October 24, 20110 found this helpful
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Yes, such good advice & my diamond rings looks so shining now! I knew that's why I have kept an old toothbrush to put the toothpaste on to clean my rings! The hot water rinse is a new idea for me. Thanks!

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August 16, 20130 found this helpful

You need to be careful because toothpaste is gritty and can scratch precious stones, gold and silver. The liquid cleaner you soak your rings, watches, earrings in does a wonderful job and comes with a tiny brush that gets in all the crevices.

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I buy it at the drugstore for about $3 and it lasts for over a year.

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