How to Clean Gold Jewelry?

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You can clean gold jewelry by using mild detergent and a soft bristled toothbrush. You can use a bowl filled with soap and warm water. Gently brush the jewelry, rinse, and dry with a soft cloth.
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If there is grease on a piece of gold jewelry you can clean it by dipping the gold jewelry into rubbing alcohol. If other residue is on your gold jewelry you can soak the jewelry in rubbing alcohol between 10 and 15 minutes. You can then use a soft brush to gently clean the jewelry, and rinse off. If the gold jewelry has pearls or opals do not clean it with rubbing alcohol. This is because the rubbing alcohol can damage the pearls and opals.
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