Notes for Cleaning Tiffany Jewelry
Tiffany jewelry holds a special place in people's hearts as its unique feature and symbolic meaning. The classy yet timeless look has made it well-known to all over the world. Recently, it has become more and more popular. It not only reflects the unique style of users but also helps in enhancing the personality. There are different kinds of it. With so much variety, it is quite obvious that selection procedure will surely be a time consuming affair. But irrespective of the type that you pick, it is very important to take proper care of it to keep it shining forever.
Tiffany jewelry can be cleaned naturally, and just put it at your home without any hassle. In the first step of collecting, all the jewelry that you need to clean. Locate a medium sized sink that will hold all the jewelry. Now fill the sink with warm water, but remember that, you should make sure that water is not too hot. Now add one tablespoonful of salt and mix with the water thoroughly.
In the next step spread a sheet of aluminium foil at the bottom of the sink. Place all of them that you wish to clean on the aluminium foil from the water. Make sure that all of yours must be covered with water. It will be cleaned within a very short span of time by touching the foil with water. However, it might happen that few heavily dusted jewelry might refuse to get completely cleaned.
For these type of Tiffany jewelry, it is advisable to clean them with small piece of soft cloth. Make sure that you have dried all the jewellery naturally before finally placing them in your jewellery box. Another natural way to clean yours is to rub them with a soft cotton cloth after dipping it in a mixture of lemon juice and salt.
Other than these tips there are also certain things that you must follow to prevent your jewelry from accumulating dirt and dust. After every use clean the jewelry with soft cotton cloth to prevent the accumulation of sweat. Simultaneously, make sure that yours are not exposed to any chemical. Pearls and oxidised jewellery are highly susceptible to chemical to chemical damages. If yours have any pearls never ever soak that piece on water. Instead use soft cloths to clean them. Rubber can also damage your favourite tiffany jewelry. So, make sure that none of the jewellery piece should come in contact with rubber materials like rubber containers, rubber bands etc.
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