If you are in the habit of wearing your costume jewelry to the beach but still want to avoid tarnishing the same jewelry, you should reconsider that exercise. The sand and salt water are not good for such jewelry, therefore brass, copper, gold-plated and silver-plated pieces must be treated with the utmost care; especially if they are favorites.
Do not spray perfumes, perfumes and / or lotion on your costume jewelry when you wear them, because that can lead to mattness. A useful suggestion is to place your perfume, perfume or lotion in places that are not in direct contact with your jewelry.
Do not wear jewelry when you plan to clean your home with harsh chemicals.
When you tarnish copper or gold jewelery, you can mix it with a couple of lemon juice with a little cold water in a bowl or bowl. Once your jewelry has been cleaned, rinse it in cold water and then dry it with a paper towel or cotton cloth.
You could clean your buyer with ketchup; just use a cotton cloth, an old T-shirt or a paper towel. Rinse in cold water and then dry with a paper towel or cotton cloth.
Use toothpaste to clean your silver-plated jewelry. It is also a good idea to clean your sterling silver or gold. Rinse in cold water and dry with a cotton cloth. You get a beautiful shine on your jewelry.
When I no longer have a cleaner of jewelery, sometimes I use this procedure that works well for me.
Do not use this technique with jewelery containing semi-precious stones such as turquoise, pearls, coral, fluorite, moonstone, malachite, obsidian, blue lace agate, moss agate, hematite, pyrite, abalone and amber, because the hardness of these are stones under seven. Most gems have a hardness that identifies the strength of the gemstones.
I like to experiment with different ways to clean and share jewelery with jewelery designers and customers.