Cleaning and Caring for Your Pandora Jewelry

One of the most fashionable pieces of jewelry in recent years is the Pandora bracelet! Its countless charms make for a personal collection, and some people own more than one to make room for all personal tastes. Over time, however, especially if you wear it fixed, it happens that it can darken, but there is a solution to everything! Let’s see together what ingredients to use to polish Pandora charms and bracelet in no time!

Baking soda

First among the tips I give you for your bracelet is baking soda, which is the most adopted solution! The most beloved ingredient in natural remedies, in fact, has the ability to remove oxidation from silver and steel objects, so it is very functional. You will need to put the bracelet and pendants in a bowl, cover them with baking soda and add hot water on top (not too much). Let it work for an entire night, after which rinse and dry, it will be as good as new!

Organic soap

Another very good tip for making the whole bracelet new again is organic soap. Gentle and fragrant, it can send away even the most stubborn oxidation, so you can choose it for the Pandora! Sprinkle soap on the bracelet and charms by rubbing a little with your fingers as if you were going to wash them, then put them in a bowl with warm water. It will need to act for several hours, then gently rinse and dry both pendants and bracelet with a wool cloth.

Vinegar

Vinegar, as well as baking soda, represents a solution our grandmothers used for silverware! You can use it by putting the bracelet and pendants in 1 glass of vinegar and 1 glass of water, then wait overnight. Go and rinse everything thoroughly, then wrap the bracelet in a cloth to dry and you will immediately notice that it will have regained all its shine!

Toothpaste

Did you know that toothpaste is great for making silver shine? Well yes, although it may sound strange, this ingredient we have fixed in the house can become a powerful ally. Put some toothpaste on a soft-bristled toothbrush and rub it all over the pendants and bracelet very gently. Leave it on for a few minutes, then rinse thoroughly and oxidation will be just a memory!

Salt and aluminum

That of salt and aluminum is a method that is gaining in popularity among natural solutions for refurbishing silver and steel objects. It is also suitable for Pandora because it is non-aggressive and takes little time. You will need to line a bowl with aluminum foil leaving the reflective side on top, place the bracelet and charms on top and cover them with fine salt. At this point, cover with boiling water and wait until it gets cold, then you can rinse and dry everything!

Lemon juice

The last trick I suggest is lemon juice! Just like vinegar, the world’s most famous citrus fruit can polish and remove stubborn stains. You will simply need to soak charm bracelet in 1 glass of warm water and the juice of 1 lemon. Wait overnight, then rinse and dry–it will be as good as new!

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