Homemade Jewelry Cleaner Recipes
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Here is a round up of homemade jewelry cleaner recipes and home remedies using common household ingredients.

Here is a round up of homemade jewelry cleaner recipes and home remedies using common household ingredients {on Stain Removal 101}use this Pin it button to save to Pinterest

With a need to save money and also for environmental reasons, more and more people are making their own cleaning supplies, even for their jewelry.

However, when you are new to making your own products you can feel a bit nervous about which recipes and uses will actually work or not, and of course you don't want to harm your jewelry in the process.

This is your chance to share your knowledge if you have a great recipe for this product, or get some tips of your own to make sure you get the best results possible.

Here are the recipes submitted so far:

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alka seltzer tablets
Use Alka Seltzer {Only For Certain Types}
soap nuts
Soap Nuts For Cleaning Gold
Use Tooothpaste

Polident denture tablets
Use Denture Cleaning Tablets
silver jewelry
Silver Jewelry Cleaner {Taylor's Recipe}

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Do you clean your jewelry with your own homemade creation? If so, I want to know your recipe, and to share it with other readers of this site.

Of course, not all jewelry can be cleaned in the same way so please also tell me what type of jewelry you clean with your recipe.

After all, I don't want someone to try a recipe that works well on diamonds, for example, and then find out it harms pearls.

In addition, you can share your recipe for homemade gold jewelry cleaner here, and your silver cleaner homemade recipes here.

The best recipes will be featured on this site.

Do You Have A Jewelry Cleaner Recipe To Share?

There are lots of recipes for jewelry cleaner floating around out there, especially here on the Internet. Have you used a recipe that worked well for you? If so, please share the recipe and instructions with us here.

In addition, if you have tried to make your own jewelry cleaner and the recipe you used didn't work as well as you would like it, you can also tell us about that, so we can steer clear of these recipes.

Submitted Jewelry Cleaner Recipes

Click the links below to see recipes for jewelry cleaner that have already been submitted by others.

Feel free to comment on any of these submissions to tell us how these recipes worked for you, or about any other thoughts you have.

How To Make Jewelry Cleaner: Homemade Version {Use Denture Cleaning Tablets} 
Kay shared this tip for how she makes jewelry cleaner, the homemade way with denture tablets. Kay says: I use denture cleaning tablets to clean my good …

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