jewelry. Saturday , June 17th , 2017 - 11:02:50 AM
2/08/09-Following is an email I recently received from an ebayer after I reported his listing for selling fake tiffany (it was removed). He knew who I was because I also emailed him and told him I was reporting him for a fraudulent listing:
You can soak the necklace in a bowl of water and bleach. Take 3 parts of water and 1 part of bleach. The water should be enough to submerge the necklace entirely. After 5 to 8 minutes, take out the necklace and brush it off with a toothbrush. All the dirt and mud will be brushed off. Once the necklace is dried with a towel, your task is completed.
Due to the presence of foil backing, the greatest threat to the beauty of rhinestone jewelry is moisture. If moisture gets behind the rhinestone, it will result the foil to tarnish and stain which will take away the shine and spark from the rhinestone. And ultimately you will be required to replace it. This is the reason that cleaning of rhinestone jewelry is very important.
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