How to Clean White Gold and Diamonds?

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To clean a jewelry made of white gold and diamonds, prepare hot water (avoid boiling water), 70% isopropyl alcohol, bowl, toothbrush or paintbrush, dish soap, soft cloth and water pick that is usually used for oral hygiene. First, immerse the jewelry into the bowl of hot water for 5 minutes. Then, drain the water from the bowl and fill it in with isopropyl alcohol, just enough to keep the jewelry submerged into the solution and leave it for 10 minutes. Afterwards, brush away any dirt and tarnish from the jewelry using toothbrush or paintbrush. Next, wash the jewelry on a bowl of hot water with one drop of dish soap and let it soak on the solution for 5 minutes. Remove the jewelry and spray pick water on its prongs to take out dirt and debris. Lastly, dry the jewelry using a soft cloth.
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How to Clean White Gold & Diamonds
White gold is made from a base of gold which is rhodium plated. The rhodium gives the jewelry a bright white appearance. Diamonds are white precious gems that are often paired with white gold to create rings, earrings, necklaces or bracelets. When dirt,... More »
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