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CLEANING YOUR JEWELRY

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IMPORTANT: When using jewelry cleaning products, always follow manufacturer's directions above all other instructions. Click Here to Research Cleaner Properties.

The Short Version

ATTENTION: This Short Version of the cleaning instructions is solely designed for the cleaning of jewelry from Black Mountain Gallery and BMGNC.com. DO NOT employ these instructions when cleaning jewelry other than that obtained from Black Mountain Gallery and BMGNC.com. Cleaning non-Black Mountain Gallery and non-BMGNC.com jewelry according to these instructions could damage your jewelry. Black Mountain Gallery and BMGNC.com will not be held responsible for damage to non-Black Mountain Gallery and non-BMGNC.com jewelry cleaned according to these instructions.

ATTENTION: Only use liquid tarnish removers in a utility sink or similar basin not used for food preparation, drinking, bathing or for care of animals.

ATTENTION: Always follow the product directions over any advice given below.

How to Clean Your Jewelry at Home

Step 1. Wash jewelry thoroughly in warm soapy water (use a mild liquid dish soap).

Step 2. Thoroughly rinse jewelry.

Step 3. Place jewelry in plastic measuring cup (or similar container with a pour spout) large enough to hold the jewelry and tarnish remover without overflowing.

Step 4. Pour enough liquid tarnish remover into the measuring cup to submerge the jewelry.

DO NOT SOAK JEWELRY IN TARNISH REMOVER!

Step 5. Gently swirl the contents of the cup just enough to create a current in the cup, not enough to tumble the jewelry (do not put your fingers into the cup). Take care not to spin the liquid from the cup. If you do so, thoroughly clean the contaminated surface with soap and water.

Step 6. After 10 to 15 SECONDS (NOT MINUTES!), pour the tarnish remover into a separate seal-able, clean, plastic bottle; or back into the original container.

We recommend using a new container to hold about 25% of the liquid as your active bottle, and refilling this bottle from the contents of the original bottle as the new bottle is depleted: this will keep the majority of the liquid in its cleanest and most effective state.

Step 7. Put a pea sized drop of mild liquid dishwashing soap into the measuring cup with the jewelry. Fill the cup with warm water while gently swirling the contents of the cup (do not put your fingers in the cup). Thoroughly irrigate the cup until all soap is emptied from the cup.

Step 8. Thoroughly dry jewelry. Allowing the jewelry to air dry can result in water spots.

Step 9. Store jewelry in a clean, dry place. Zip-lock bags provide the greatest protection from tarnish re-occurrence.

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