Clean gold jewelry by soaking it in a mixture of mild dish soap and club soda for five minutes. Use a soft-bristle toothbrush to clean the crevices and settings. Rinse the jewelry with water, and dry it with a soft cloth... More »

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Gold jewelry can be cleaned with commercial cleaning products, such as Stella and Dot Jewelry Polish, but there are home remedies that are just as effective as professional solutions. Soaking gold jewelry in a sink of wa... More »

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To clean gold-plated jewelry, brush it with an old toothbrush dipped in baking soda, spray tarnished areas with WD-40 and buff the jewelry with a cotton cloth. This 10-minute procedure requires baking soda, water, a toot... More »

Clean tarnish from your pure gold jewelry by immersing the jewelry in warm water with a couple of drops of dish soap and rubbing gently with your fingers or a washcloth. Do not use this method for gold jewelry that incor... More »

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 »

Clean gold that is lightly soiled or tarnished with dish soap and a toothbrush. Use a brush with soft bristles to avoid scratching the gold. More »

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Clean tarnished gold rings by using a commercial gold cleaner, soaking them in a solution of seltzer water and dish soap, or using a mix of ammonia and water. If the gold ring has gemstones, clean it with plain soap and ... More »

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