Post # 1
Just curious! 🙂 I use Dawn dishsoap and a toothbrush for my jewelry!
Post # 3
Windex and a toothbrush – jeweler swears by it. I get asked constantly how often I clean my ring, it really makes it sparkle.
Post # 4
I do diluted non-ammonia Mr.Clean and baby toothbrush every morning, and a weekly/bi-weekly overnight soak in Dawn solution. If I’m in a hurry I sometimes use Sparkle Sparkle for gold, but in my opinion Mr.Clean does the best job out of them all. 🙂
Once I reset my stone into a platinum setting I will also give Windex a try.
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2013 - The Fox Hill Inn
I don’t use dish soap, I actually use diluted laundry detergent (Wisk) and then brush it with a baby toothbrush. 2 parts detergent, 3 parts water. It’s actually what my jeweler recommended and my ring is always glittery!
Post # 6
@Tbmtb: I’m going to have to try that, thanks for the tip!
Post # 7
@lenabee: if I am running errands, I will stop by a jewlery shop and get it steamed. BUt WHen I am home, I use a mixture of jewlery cleaner and clothing detergent and wash with a brush
Post # 8
Shampoo and hair! Seriously I leave it on when I wash my hair and it is always sparkly!
Post # 9
@lenabee: 1 part ammonia to 3 parts water in a shot glass, let it sit about 5 minutes, then go over it with a soft toothbrush.
Post # 10
- Wedding: September 2014 - Stevens Estate
@cranraspberry: +1!! Mr Clean works great! I actually found that out from the jewelry store we bought the ring in
Post # 11
I have an ultrasonic ring cleaner I bought from amazon for ~$25. I drop it in there once a week and three minutes later it looks great
Post # 12
@lenabee: Windex and toothbrush and then a quick q-tip swab if needed to get closer to the stone and dry it.
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2014 - Waldorf Astoria, Chicago
I bought “my jewelry cleaner” from a wedding expo. I was using dawn and a tooth brush, but after they cleaned it with their solution my ring looked amazing, and it’s all organic natural ingredients. Best $30 purchase ever.
Post # 14
@DaniDev143: yes, it might be me, but I actually think the ring stays clean longer after Mr.Clean than after any of the other options, including the pricey Sparkle Sprakle. 🙂
Post # 15
I use hand soap soap and a soft toothbrush to wash it and a piece of very soft toilet paper to dry and polish it. Works like a charm every time!
Post # 16
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
@lenabee: I go ring shopping 🙂 Every time I walk into a jeweler they offer to clean it for free. So, whenever I need it cleaned, I go window shopping for a bit and see if there’s anything new that I simply HAVE to have 🙂