How to Clean Native American Jewelry

How to Clean Native American Jewelry

Jewelry Flashback

Do you remember the butterflies you felt in your stomach when you received your first necklace, ring, or bracelet? The anticipation of ripping the box out of the gift wrapper or the gift bag? It could have been gifted for Christmas, birthday, or an anniversary. Whatever the occasion may have been, it was memorable! I can remember when I received my first bracelet from my great grandmother. I remember her telling me the story of how her life was significantly different than mine when she was my age, especially when it came to technology. One day I noticed my bracelet started to get a little dull and had dust particles in the creases, I was devastated. I searched website after website and asked local jewelers how to properly clean my bracelet. The information I received was scrambled and unreliable. The question then popped into my head so I did a little bit more research on “How to Clean Native American Jewelry.” I understand how frustrating this can be from a consumer’s perspective and an unfortunate experience. I don’t want anyone else to have to go through this so I will share some how to clean Native American jewelry secrets from our silversmiths step-by-step. Look for us on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and Pinterest for daily updates on what we are cooking up for this upcoming holiday season!

*If none of these steps work, please contact Diane at Old Town Jewels for a quote to properly buff your jewelry*

How to Clean Native American Jewelry Step-by-Step Guide

How to Clean Native American Jewelry

Step #1: When you start to notice some dirt and debris on your piece of jewelry.You never want to dip your jewelry in anything with liquids or cream because it will damage stone(s).

How to Clean Native American Jewelry

Step #2: Use a buffing glove that has been treated. If there is dirt or debris you can spritz your glove/buffing glove with Windex, never directly on the jewelry.

How to Clean Native American Jewelry

Step #3: If step 2 doesn’t work, you can utilize Haggerty spray onto the glove and then wipe the piece with it. Again, never directly on the piece.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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