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Brass and Gold Cleaner for Your Jewelry

Brass and gold are well-known metals that are used in jewellery. The issue is when it starts to look unattractive, tarnished and extremely discoloured. You are in luck though because you can save your jewellery with a brass and gold cleaner. Read below to find out six great ways you can recover your jewellery from its dirty state.

Are you ready to redeem your favourite brass jewellery? Then let’s get started!

Lemon Juice Is a Great Solution

Lemon has proven to be the king of all home remedies. Yes, it can be used as a brass and gold cleaner. So, if you are looking for a natural way to clean your brass jewellery, all you have to do is grab some lemon and squeeze it!

What to Do?

  • Fill up a cup with water
  • Squeeze ½ a lemon in the water-filled container
  • Add in a teaspoon of salt and mix
  • Put the jewellery in the container
  • Keep watching it as it gets rust proof
  • Once its back to its original shape, wipe it with a damp cloth and let it dry

Salt Covered Lemon Is an Excellent Brass and Gold Cleaner

Yes, this is also a lemon-based recipe, but it’s a little different. Instead of squeezing out the juice, the lemon can be used directly. The many joys of a brass and gold cleaner. 

What to Do?

  • Cut a lemon in half
  • Dust some salt on the open-faced lemon
  • Rub this on the tarnished brass jewellery
  • Once the gold-wash is restored, wipe off the jewellery and let it dry

Soap and Warm Water Mixture Is a Quick Fix

This is another simple way to clean your rusted brass jewellery naturally.

What to Do?

  • Fill a container with warm water
  • Squirt 5-6 drops of liquid soap and give it a stir
  • Dip an old toothbrush in the mixture and brush it on the surface of your jewellery
  • Using a damp cloth, wipe off the scraps and let the jewellery dry

Salt, Vinegar and Flour Blend Is the Ideal Brass and Gold Cleaner

Vinegar is quite similar to lemon. Therefore, it only makes sense to use it as a brass and gold cleaner.

What to Do?

  • Fill half a cup with vinegar
  • Add a teaspoon of salt and mix
  • Gradually add flour until the mixture forms a slightly thick paste
  • Coat the brass in the mixture and leave it for 10-15 minutes
  • Wash with warm water and let it dry

Worcestershire and Ketchup Sauce Solution

Let’s get straight to the point!

What to Do?

  • Mix a spoon of ketchup and a spoon of Worcestershire sauce
  • Dip a soft toothbrush in the mixture and rub it on the jewellery
  • After a minute, rinse it off with warm water and let it dry

The Simplest Way: WD-40

The WD-40’s wide range of products is exclusively designed for the protection and prevention of metals from tarnishing. With just one spray, you can eliminate the rust from your brass jewellery and rustproof it for the future. Be sure to clean the WD-40 product off before you wear the jewellery!

With these easy and effective ways, you can wear your favourite jewellery all the time thanks to WD-40.

The uses shown and described for WD-40 Multi-Use Product were provided to WD-40 Company by the users themselves. These uses haven’t been tested by WD-40 Company and do not constitute a recommendation or suggestion for use by WD-40 Company. Common sense should be exercised whenever using WD-40 Company products. Always follow the instructions and take heed of any warnings printed on the packaging.

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The uses shown and described for WD-40 Multi-Use Product were provided to WD-40 Company by the users themselves. These uses haven’t been tested by WD-40 Company and do not constitute a recommendation of suggestion for use by WD-40 Company. Common sense should be exercised whenever using WD-40 Company products. Always follow the instructions and take heed of any warnings printed on the packaging.

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