Jewellery Cleaner

Jewellery Cleaner using essential oils

Jewellery Cleaner

I can’t believe I used to actually take my jewellery to a store and pay someone to chemically clean it! 🤦🏻‍♀️
Cleaning your jewellery is such a simple job you can do at home, which ticks all the boxes:
✔️ Easy
✔️ Cheap
✔️ Ingredients you already have in the cupboard
✔️ Chemical free (no tox)

Give it a try and let me know what you think!  Comments can be left at the bottom of the page 👇


Jewellery Cleaner using essential oils

Jewellery Cleaner

This easy jewellery cleaner using essential oils can be made at home and can help bring the shine and sparkle back to your favourite accessories. Keeping your jewellery bright and shiny doesn’t have to be a hassle anymore!
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Keyword: DIY, Essential Oils, Chemical Free, Cleaner, Soak, Jewellery
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 1 batch


  • Small bowl
  • Old toothbrush
  • Cotton pad


Essential oils

  • 10 drops Lime essential oil


  • Combine salt, sodium bicarbonate, and essential oil in a small bowl
  • Add jewellery to the bowl
  • Add warm water until your jewellery is covered
    Jewellery Polish - soak in bicarb salt and lime oil
  • Let sit for 5–10 minutes
  • Using a toothbrush or cotton pad, scrub your jewellery until shine forms
    Jewellery Polish - scrub with toothbrush
  • Rinse with warm water and let dry
    Jewellery Polish - shiny earrings


As with any new DIY recipe, use your own judgement as to whether this will be suitable for your jewellery.
I've not had an issue yet, but I've not tried it on softer stones such as pearls etc.  I'd suggest checking regularly during the soaking process to ensure you are happy with the results.

This Jewellery Cleaner recipe contains the following ingredients

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