Just a few weeks ago, I went to visit my best friend, Destiny, in Hot Springs. To say the very least, I had the best time. We went on the funnest adventures and I cannot wait to do it again.
While visiting, some of my jewelry tarnished [Desty's necklace was also and she hadn't figured why or how to fix it at home]. See, she has well water on her 33.1 acre property. Yeah, I know... Whoa! Lol. So we did what any normal people would do. We called my mom on FaceTime from her kitchen to ask her for her little Nontoxic Jewelry Cleaner homemade gimmick I remember from when I was growing up.
With three ingredients, our jewelry and boiling water, we had shiny ass jewelry all over again and it was all done in minutes. Destiny and I were giddy because we didn't think it'd work that quickly, as I had remembered. Luckily for anyone looking for a Nontoxic Jewelry Cleaner, it really does work magically!
Nontoxic Jewelry Cleaner
With three ingredients, jewelry and boiling water, you'll have shiny jewelry all over again and all done in just mere minutes. It's magic!
Prep time: 2 minutes
Work time: 3 minutes
Total time: 5 minutes
Makes: 1 jewelry cleaner
Jewelry (silver or gold)
Line the glass bowl with aluminum foil.
Place jewelry at the bottom of the bowl. Top with baking soda.
Boil water in a pot. Once bubbling, remove. Pour some of the boiling water over the aluminum lined bowl. The baking soda and water will begin to bubble.
Allow to sit for 2-3 minutes.
Remove jewelry. Wipe dry with a microfiber cloth towel. It should be good as new!
If needed, repeat.