jewelry. Monday , January 15th , 2018 - 03:46:22 AM
There are many home solutions, such as using white toothpaste and a soft brush. However, some jewelers point out that silver is not tooth enamel, and can't withstand the abrasive content. Although on things like chains, it's unlikely you would see any resulting scratches.
Pick up delicate floral embellishments and slip them onto the bobby pins. Use them in artificial vase decor or pin them on your hair for a spectacular summer cocktail party look.
You can soak the necklace in a bowl of water and bleach. Take 3 parts of water and 1 part of bleach. The water should be enough to submerge the necklace entirely. After 5 to 8 minutes, take out the necklace and brush it off with a toothbrush. All the dirt and mud will be brushed off. Once the necklace is dried with a towel, your task is completed.
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