Jewelry Polishing Cloth DIY Video Tutorial

How To Make Your Own Jewelry Polishing Cloth Tutorial

Did you know that you can make your own DIY jewelry polishing cloth? You can, and it’s super easy! I’ll show you step by step how I make my jewelry cloths. It’s simple to do. This is the cloth I use for light cleaning jobs when my jewelry just needs a little buffing up. After watching this video tutorial, you won’t need to buy any of those commercial jewelry dips. They’re made of chemicals and if not used right they can potentially ruin your silver plated and oxidized jewelry. 

Your jewelry cloth can be created with some simple and inexpensive materials that most of us have laying around the house. It’s easy and won’t break the bank. You’ll also learn how to properly polish your sterling silver jewelry using the commercial brand, sunshine cloth. Then I’ll even share a bonus tip with you for super light cleaning jobs. Below I’ve listed some jewelry cleaning aids, so you can get started today!

Cleaning Aids for Your Sterling Silver Jewelry

Here are some cleaning aids for you to use at home, that I consider safe when cleaning your jewelry.
 
💎 Sunshine Cloths – Good for non-plated jewelry such as fine silver, sterling silver .925, 24k, 22k, and 18k gold.
 
💎 Microfiber Cloths – Good for light buffing out fingerprints.
 
💎 100% cotton materials such as old t-shirts, and flannel materials – Good for buffing out fingerprints, and drying off jewelry when doing a light wash.
 
💎 Mild phosphate-free soap with diluted water – Safe for cleaning silver plated jewelry.
 
💎 Soft non-abrasive brushes such as a baby’s toothbrush, or a mushroom brush work well – Use with caution! This method is best for jewelry that has a lot of texture and very little shine. 
 
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Jewelry Polishing Cloth DIY Tutorial

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