White vinegar is a solution that can be used to clean gold. Soaking the gold in the vinegar for up to 20 minutes then rubbing with a soft cloth can restore its natural sheen. More »

To clean with vinegar, mix together one part vinegar and one part water in a spray bottle. Test the solution on a small area, and then spray the entire surface to be cleaned. Wait a minute for the cleaner to loosen dirt,... More »

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One can clean gold jewelry at home with everyday materials, including a toothbrush, dish detergent and water. The overall process is simple and only takes 15 minutes. More »

White gold, especially in some jewelry pieces, may turn yellow over time when its rhodium plating gradually wears off. Rhodium plating is the preferred plating method used on most white gold rings because it is a pure wh... More »

Gold necklaces and other gold jewelry can be cleaned in similar ways depending on what is prompting the cleaning; if the jewelry is worn regularly and simply needs a routine wash, it can be soaked in a solution of warm w... More »

Gold electroplating solution can be purchased online at CaswellPlating.com and at DalmarPlating.com as of 2015. Both websites sell acid-based, cyanide-free 24-carat gold plating solution with cobalt added to increase dur... More »

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One way to clean old pennies is to soak them a solution of salt and vinegar. A mixture of ¼ cup of vinegar and 1 tablespoon of salt cleans 20 to 30 pennies in about five minutes. More »

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