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Ok, so after my husband proposed I cleaned my ring DAILY. I mean, with my toothbrush, WHILE brushing my teeth. Gross, but we've all done it and maybe still do. Which I hear toothpaste is abrasive and not good to do, but I was desperate for that sparkle. Then moved on to gimmicky ring cleaners and ultrasonic machines, you name it. I may have even purchased a few things from the kiosk guy in the mall? I'll never admit it. But nothing really gave it that, 'I JUST GOT ENGAGED!!' glisten. T...

Ok, so after my husband proposed I cleaned my ring DAILY. I mean, with my toothbrush, WHILE brushing my teeth. Gross, but we've all done it and maybe still do. Which I hear toothpaste is abrasive and not good to do, but I was desperate for that sparkle. Then moved on to gimmicky ring cleaners and ultrasonic machines, you name it. I may have even purchased a few things from the kiosk guy in the mall? I'll never admit it. But nothing really gave it that, 'I JUST GOT ENGAGED!!' glisten. T...

DIY Jewelry Cleaner. What You'll Need: Small bowl, 1 tablespoon salt, 1 tablespoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon dish detergent, 1 cup hot water, and Aluminum foil. Paper towel Old toothbrush

DIY Jewelry Cleaner. What You'll Need: Small bowl, 1 tablespoon salt, 1 tablespoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon dish detergent, 1 cup hot water, and Aluminum foil. Paper towel Old toothbrush

DIY Jewelry Cleaner: microwave 1c. water for 2min. cover bottom of bowl with aluminum foil, add water, 1TBS salt, 1TBS baking soda, 1TBS dish detergent. works great for gold, brass, nickel, and sterling silver

DIY Jewelry Cleaner: microwave 1c. water for 2min. cover bottom of bowl with aluminum foil, add water, 1TBS salt, 1TBS baking soda, 1TBS dish detergent. works great for gold, brass, nickel, and sterling silver

Homemade Jewelry Cleaner - I just did this and my rings are sparkling!  Much better than that little red container of store bought stuff.

Homemade Jewelry Cleaner - I just did this and my rings are sparkling! Much better than that little red container of store bought stuff.

Homemade Ring Cleaner: 1.Mix together 2 teaspoons baking soda and 1 cup hot water.   2.Let rings set in water for a few minutes (mine set for five minutes.)   3.Use toothbrush to brighten up the ring.

Homemade Ring Cleaner: 1.Mix together 2 teaspoons baking soda and 1 cup hot water. 2.Let rings set in water for a few minutes (mine set for five minutes.) 3.Use toothbrush to brighten up the ring.

Recipe for homemade jewelry cleaner. Even though this said it can be used on silver, I did and I would not suggest it. White gold cleaned great, but silver pieces had some yellowish discoloration and removed some antiquing black on a ring. Jewelry cloths rubbed the discoloration gone. Still, be careful with silver and I wouldnt pearls either. - http://amzn.to/2goDS3g

Recipe for homemade jewelry cleaner. Even though this said it can be used on silver, I did and I would not suggest it. White gold cleaned great, but silver pieces had some yellowish discoloration and removed some antiquing black on a ring. Jewelry cloths rubbed the discoloration gone. Still, be careful with silver and I wouldnt pearls either. - http://amzn.to/2goDS3g

I just used this recipe today on my rings! It's amazing! My rings are sparkling! You probably can't tell in the picture though. I thought I would share. :) » @twoshadesofpink » Instagram Profile » Followgram

I just used this recipe today on my rings! It's amazing! My rings are sparkling! You probably can't tell in the picture though. I thought I would share. :) » @twoshadesofpink » Instagram Profile » Followgram

The BEST homemade ring cleaner! Jeweler recommended! On the blog: http://bakersjar.com/homemade-ring-cleaner/

The BEST homemade ring cleaner! Jeweler recommended! On the blog: http://bakersjar.com/homemade-ring-cleaner/