Cleaning your interchangeable jewelry (remove stone)
What you will need:
Place a sheet of aluminum foil on the bottom of a sauce pan. Add
2-3 inches of water, Add 1 teaspoon of baking soda and 1 teaspoon
of salt. Bring to boil. Add silver jewelry and boil for 2 minutes.
Remove pieces, rinse, dry and polish with a soft cloth or jewelry
Remove your jewelry when:
Rhodium is a white metal that is used as a high quality finish for most silver. It is a coating that helps prevent tarnish and surface scratches. (that you get from wearing it everyday) To protect, you should always take your ring off when washing your hands and remove when showering. If you don't take it off at least use mild soap. Never wear your rings while using household cleaners or even when using scrubbing pads. The exposure to friction will quickly destroy the rhodium plating exposing coppery, yellow tint. Most sterling silver can be replated with rhodium at your local jewelry store. (at a cost that won't hurt your wallet)