Your favorite earrings may not have cost very much, but if they fall apart, it’s still sad. It’s a fact of life that even expensive jewelry can need repairs on occasion. Necklaces knot, silver tarnishes, gold scratches, and clasps break. But there are a lot of things you can do at home to take care of your accessories.
Jessica Booth at gurl.com posted this article with sixteen life-saving tips to clean and fix broken jewelry. First, there are a couple of steps you can take with new items to keep them looking good for longer. Then there are many methods to clean and shine up metals like silver and gold and materials like glass and pearls. See how you can revive old rings, bracelets, and more when you click the link below.