Diwali 2023: How to clean old gold jewellery for Diwali? Learn tips!


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Our country India is in the top list in terms of gold consumption. The World Gold Council released a report in January 2023, according to which India bought 611 tonnes of gold in 2021, while China bought 673 tonnes of gold in the same period. According to this, India is the second largest consumer of gold in the world. From weddings to everyday life, gold jewellery is constantly being used. Gold jewellery also has great importance on Diwali and Dhantrayodashi. Let's learn some easy tips to make it shiny...

How to clean jewellery?

Generally, most gold jewellery is made for weddings or other special occasions, but after years of use, over time it starts getting dirty

or losing its shine. Then they don't want to wear it. If you also want to bring new shine to your gold necklaces, bangles, earrings and rings, then you do not need to go to any goldsmith. Now you can restore the shine of jewelery by adopting home remedies.


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Use toothpaste:

The same toothpaste that you use to clean your teeth can also be used to clean jewellery. For this, make a thin paste by mixing toothpaste and a few drops of water in a bowl. Now clean the jewellery with the help of a soft brush and then wash it.

Use baking soda and vinegar.

Mix baking soda and hot water in a bowl. Now apply this paste to the jewellery. Now first wash with white vinegar and then wash thoroughly with water. The jewellery will shine like new.


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Use dishwashing soap:

To clean gold jewellery, first pour hot water into a bowl and add liquid detergent to it. Now dip the dirty jewellery in it and leave it for some time, then clean it with the help of a soft brush. Finally, wash the jewellery with clean water and wipe it with a soft cloth.

Remember these things:

Do not use bleach to clean gold jewellery, as it damages the jewellery. Keep gold items separate. Otherwise, there is a risk of scratches on it.