Making your own homemade jewelry cleaner is one of the easiest homemade cleaners to make. I have been doing this since I was a very young girl. Now I have taught my daughters and granddaughters how to keep their jewelry sparkling like brand new. All it takes is just a little baking soda and apple cider vinegar poured into a small bowl along with my rings and jewelry and presto, sparkling just as if in the jewelry store showcase.
I decided to test my homemade jewelry cleaner with the much more expensive spray cleaner purchased from a mall kiosk. I already knew that my homemade jewelry cleaner was incredibly cheaper, and that it really did work; I also wanted to find out the cleaning power, ease of cleaning and time involved. After all if just baking soda and apple cider vinegar is all that it takes, why the expensive brands?
My homemade jewelry cleaner by far out performed the expensive spray cleaner. Not only did it cleaner better, I did not have to brush anything to get to the tiny underneath areas that dull my rings from my lotion. The time involved was also impressive. My homemade jewelry cleaner took much less time to clean without any effort on my part. I placed my rings into the bowl then poured in the baking soda and apple cider vinegar.
As for the price of my homemade jewelry cleaner versus the commercial jewelry cleaner, WOW. My cost for the baking soda was about less than one quarter of one penny and the apple cider vinegar was about two cents. The commercial product cost $13.99 per 8 oz. to be a fair comparison my homemade cleaner was $.18. Yes 18 cents.
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