You can clean gold plated jewelry the same way you clean solid gold jewelry. The only thing to be careful of is not to scratch it. Put a couple drops of dish liquid in warm water. Do NOT use automatic dish liquid because it does contains abrasives. Let the jewelry soak for a few minutes to loosen the dirt. Brush the jewelry with a small, soft brush. I usually save my old toothbrushes for this purpose. You especially want to brush around stones and clasps to remove accumulated body oils and dirt. Then, rinse with water taking care not to let the piece/s escape down the drain (you can use a small wire strainer or mesh tea ball). Dry with paper towels or anything else that's lint free. Finally, wear your clean, shiny jewelry with pride!
A solution of half Mr. Clean and water with a small amount of ammonia can be used to clean gold-plated jewelry. This is what many jewelry stores use in their ultrasonic. Soak for 15 seconds then rinse with water and dry.
There are many ways you could clean nickel jewelry such as buying jewelry polishing wipes. You could also use rubbing alcohol to clean nickel jewelry.
I haven't seen vinegar clean jewelry but I saw my girlfriend clean my tarnished earrings with toothpaste. I was amazed.
I have always used smooth white tooth paist to clean and polish the jewelry.
Clean your jewelry with isopropyl alcohol, or at least 80% cleaning alcohol if you have that.
Hi, You can have the gold plating removed back to the base metal normally brass, and then have it re-plated, however this is not something that you would be able to do yourself unless you have specialist equipment. http://www.personalised-jewellery.co.uk
The Nickel plated jewelry can be cleaned in a vinegar solution or mixture. Steel wool can also be used to clean the nickel plated jewelry.
A solution of half Mr. Clean and water with a small amount of ammonia can be used to clean gold jewelry. This same solution is used in the ultrasonics of many jewelry stores including chain jewelry stores. I will add a link to a full article about cleaning fine jewelry.
It depends on what the jewelry is made of.
"HGF" or hollow gold filled jewelry is considered a fine jewelry and should be treated with the same caution when cleaning. To clean HGF jewelry a solution of Mr. clean, water, and ammonia can be used. Mix half Mr. Clean and water with a small amount of ammonia. This is safe for all types of fine jewelry and is used by many jewelry stores. Allow the jewelry piece to soak for 15 seconds in this solution then rinse with water and dry.
Go to any jewelry store and ask for their jewelry cleaner. They will probably clean the ring right there for you free of charge, but buy their jewelry cleaner.
You have to remove the jewelry and clean it, including the piercing.