Diy jewelry cleaner

I have a lot of jewelry, some real, some not-does anyone know of safe and natural, but still effective way to get them sparkling?
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You can also use Efferdent and some distilled water. Just let it soak in a glass for a little while. Rinse with distilled water. Tap water will leave a residue; that will tarnish over time.
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Make your silverware — as well as your pure silver bracelets, rings, and other jewelry — shine like new by soaking them in a mixture of 1/2 cup white vinegar and 2 tablespoons baking soda for two to three hours. Rinse them under cold water and dry thoroughly with a soft cloth.
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At least for the real pieces brush them with a toothbrush and toothpaste! It works so well. ve never tried it on costume jewelry though Id do a trial run on a piece that your don't mind ruining, just in case.
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I learned this trick from my Grandma & it always makes my golds and silvers really shiny and clean: Make a paste of baking soda & a little Hydrogen Peroxide. Massage it gently on your necklaces, rings, bracelets, etc. It gets off all the skin oils, grime & they will look like new again. Plus it's really cheap.
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