You’re invited to a wedding. However, you think your necklace isn’t shiny enough. But you don’t have time to go to your jeweller’s anymore. You might be late. The solution is to find a quick and easy way to do this without going to the jeweller. Just ask for help from those around you, who may have simple but effective solutions.
You really don’t have to be a jeweler to restore the sparkle to his gold necklace. There are easy and effective tricks to make his jewellery shine again. Our parents and grandparents have effective habits and reflexes for gold necklace care. Maintenance methods that are not at all expensive. It is not uncommon to notice his mother or grandmother rubbing bread dumplings with his necklace after eating breakfast. This is a natural reflex to remove dirt and other elements that prevent the necklace from shining. And if there is a little time and you don’t have any bread crumbs, you can make yourself an onion juice. This will be applied directly on the jewel followed by a small rubbing with a chamois leather. You will see, your gold necklace maintenance will be easy and fast.
Another little trip to the kitchen
Other chemicals still found in the kitchen may help you. Baking powder is also effective. Take a box of baking powder from your closet and sprinkle it on your jewellery. Rub it gently, rinse and wipe it off, and your gold necklace will shine as if it had just come out of the jeweler’s shop. This method is simpler and faster than mixing vinegar and baking soda. The latter method involves soaking your necklace in a mixture of a glass of vinegar and a tablespoon of baking soda for a few hours. Then, a soft cloth is needed to remove the dirt. You will see the shine of your jewellery. Gold necklace care is not a puzzle.
Give your jewellery a shower
You’re taking a shower, it’s also a chance to do a gold necklace cleaning. You just have to take a small container and to plunge for a few minutes the jewel in a solution of mild soap. Then rub it delicately with a toothbrush followed by rinsing with warm water. Then wipe your jewellery with a chamois leather to dry and to remove deposits. The same method is also effective with the use of toothpaste just after brushing your teeth. You can quietly go to the reception desk and wear your gold necklace proudly. SOme people will envy you.