Cleaning Yellowed Cultured Pearls?


Cultured yellow pearls occur when a small bead enters a mollusk shell and the creature secretes a hard iridescent substances that builds up around the object. This is how pearls are formed. The hard substance ages over time and becomes yellow and dingy. Cleaning of cultured yellowed pearls involves warm water and mild dish soap. A makeup brush or small soft bristled tooth brush to clean any gunk or buildup from the pearl to clean it.
Q&A Related to "Cleaning Yellowed Cultured Pearls?"
1. Fill a bowl with warm water and mix in one or two teaspoons of mild dish or hand soap. 2. Dip a small brush such as a paint brush or makeup brush into the soapy water. Wipe each
Wipe down your cultured pearl earrings with a warm damp towel. Do not use toothbrushes or other abrasive items on the pearls because they will be scratched.
Pearls get dirty, just like any other jewelry, but you have to clean them with care or you'll end up with damaged gems. Use these cleaning tips to make sure your pearls live a long
Try this Wipe your pearls with a soft, lint-free cloth as soon as you take them off. The cloth can be dampened with water or it can be dry. If damp, allow the pearls to air dry before
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