Chokitem is part of sharing your life, Here are few ways to keep your accessories from tarnishing & shining.
Jewelry items do not take care of themselves!
That’s where we connect: we must clean and store properly.
A rule of thumb in cleaning the surface of the jewelry is to follow the natural grain of the metal, as well as dry it immediately as water can leave marks on the metal.
Remove jewelry before participating in any physical activity , house cleaning & do not wear to bed.
With all accessories purchases a 100% Organic Cotton Muslin Drawcord bag is included with a cleaning cloth. Our cleaning cloth are from excess of left over fabric not used and thrown away , we wanted to recycle the scraps to help reduce the fashion industry waste and pollution.
5 Household / Natural ways to clean your jewelry
Warm Water & Soap
This is one of the easiest methods for naturally cleaning brass jewelry. Starting off with warm water and a small amount of liquid dish soap, use your fingers or a soft toothbrush to gently scrub the surface of your item with soapy water. Once you have finished scrubbing off the grime, rinse the item thoroughly until the water runs smoothly over the surface. Be sure to dry the metal well afterward.
Ketchup & Worcestershire
Ketchup isn’t only good for hamburgers, you know. In fact, both ketchup and Worcestershire sauce would do quite a number on the grime covering your jewelry. Use your fingers or a soft toothbrush to gently rub the sauce across the item. Once it is completely covered, let your jewelry sit for a minute. Rinse off all residue of the sauce, if the piece doesn’t look as clean as you would like it to, go ahead and try the process a second time. Once it has reached your desired cleanliness level, rinse and dry well.
There are two different techniques involving lemons, this one focuses on the juice of the lemon. First, pour one cup of water into a container. Squeeze half a lemon and pour the lemon juice into the water. Then add and stir in a teaspoon of salt until dissolved. Place your jewelry in the mixture and keep an eye on it until it has reached cleanliness. Wash off the item and dry completely.
This is similar to the lemon juice technique, but rather than draining the juice you will be utilizing the lemon itself. Sprinkle some salt on the open side of a lemon half (not the skin) and rub it over the brass. You may also use a soft toothbrush to further rub the lemon juice into the jewelry item. Once this has completed, wash and dry the brass thoroughly.
Salt / Vinegar / Flour
Combine 1 teaspoon of salt into ½ cup of vinegar. Then add flour until the mixture becomes a paste-like substance. Rub into the brass and leave for around 10 minutes. Once the 10 minutes are up, rinse the brass with warm water and dry thoroughly.
Using natural cleaning remedies is a cost-effective and safe alternative to harsh chemical cleansers that are available. Just be sure the jewelry item is brass and non-lacquered before continuing with any of the techniques listed above.