1. Removal of dust
To clean the dust and dirt of gold jewelry, the easiest way is to use a soft brush dipped in hot water to scrub gently. It is best to use a cotton ball dipped in soapy water and absolute alcohol to scrub, but it must not be used. Scrub with abrasive particles (such as toothpaste, polishing paste, fine sandpaper or fine emery cloth, etc.) to avoid reducing the weight of gold and causing loss.
2, washing of gold jewelry
When washing gold jewelry, you should put the gold jewelry in the container first, then add water to the container, and then add a small amount of ammonia, then close the mouth tightly, shake it back and forth, and then take it out and wipe it dry. When wearing gold jewelry, you should also maintain the buckle switch, and regularly drop a little sewing machine oil on the switch to prevent the micro spring in the switch from rusting.
3. Removal of white spots on gold jewelry
Because some of the commercially available cosmetics contain trace amounts of mercury (mercury), such as phenyl hydroxymercury and mercury dichloride in the freckle cream, white spots or whitening may appear after contact with gold jewelry. At this time, do not use a knife to scrape or sand paper. As long as the jewelry with white spots or whitening is baked in a fire, and then wiped clean with a soft cloth, the gold jewelry will restore its original luster.
4, wipe with developer powder
When the surface of gold jewelry is stained with dirt, it will dim the brilliance. At this time, you can use the developer powder for washing photos, add 30-40℃ warm water to make the developer solution, and then add doubled water to dilute, put the dirty gold jewelry in it and soak it for 4-6 minutes, then use a soft brush Brush the dirt and rinse it with clean water several times. If you dip the fine woolen cloth into the nail polish and wipe it lightly, the jewelry will be brighter.