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Stainless Steel Jewelry Care

Stainless Steel Jewelry Care

Lately, jewelry made from stainless steel is on the rise / popular. This is due to the characteristics of stainless steel that are lightweight, durable, and trendy. Jewelry made from stainless steel can last a long time even looks like new if you always take care of / clean it. Just like other jewelry, stainless steel jewelry can also get dirty from time to time (especially if not diligently cleaned). As with other jewelry too, if it’s dirty it needs to be cleaned. Here reartone.com will discuss methods for cleaning your stainless steel jewelry.

Using Baking Soda and Water
The method that you can use to clean your stainless steel jewelry is to use baking soda mixed with water. Confused? Just follow the steps below. Previously, you have to really learn the steps to make sure it’s not wrong.

– Mix baking soda and water in a small bowl in a ratio of 2: 1, stir until like paste. How much baking soda and water you need depends on how much and how much stainless steel jewelry you will clean. Most people will use 1 tablespoon of baking soda (about 15 grams) and 1 tablespoon of water (about 7.5 ml).

– Take a little paste / baking soda mixture using a super soft toothbrush. Take the paste using the tip of the toothbrush (aka just a little). The initial cleaning does not need much. Remember, the toothbrush used must be a soft bristle brush. Toothbrush for babies is more recommended because usually, a toothbrush for babies has the softest bristle brush among other brushes.

– Brush jewelry slowly. Try to brush in the direction of the stainless steel groove. If the brush is not aligned with the groove, it is feared that it will scratch your jewelry. Don’t brush too tight and don’t press too much.

– Rinse the jewelry using warm water directly from the water tap. Don’t forget to close the sinkhole just in case you will drop the jewelry you are rinsing into the sink. Stainless steel jewelry will be more slippery than usual. Another alternative is to use a bowl to rinse.

– Wipe jewelry that has been rinsed thoroughly using a cloth / soft cloth.

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