How To Get Rid of Metallic Smell on Jewelry
Have you ever noticed metallic smell on jewelry? It’s probably because of the type of metal used to make it. In this blog post, we will be discussing how metallic smell is formed and what you can do about it. We will also provide some tips for those who are looking for a natural way to get rid of metallic smell on their jewelry.
The Best Ways To Clean Gold Jewelry
- metallic smell on jewelry is formed due to the type of metal used in making it
- metallic smell can be reduced by using natural methods like lemon juice or baking soda paste. This method will require you to leave your gold jewelries overnight with these ingredients. Rinse them thoroughly before wearing again.
- There are also commercial products that are specifically made for removing metallic smell from jewelry
- avoid cleaning your gold rings with chlorine solutions as this may cause black stains on the metal surface.
Now that we have discussed some tips and tricks, let us answer a few common questions: The metallic smell is normal for newly-purchased gold jewelries. It will eventually fade away just by wearing it regularly.
However, if you want your gold or silver rings to have no metallic smell right from the start, we suggest that you clean them with commercial products specially made for removing metallic smells . If not cleaned properly, these types of metals can cause black stains due to chlorine solutions so avoid using such chemicals when cleaning your gold ring.
Soak the jewelry in warm water with dish soap
Don’t use an abrasive brush. That will scratch the metal.
Do not wear your jewelry when you are doing household chores or heavy work like gardening since metallic smell is intensified under these conditions (this is because of sweat and moisture). So it would be better to remove them first before performing such activities. Now that we have discussed how metallic smell on jewelries can affect us.
Use an old toothbrush to scrub
Put a few drops of vodka on a cotton ball and rub it over your jewelry.
Use salt, baking soda paste or lemon juice to remove metallic odor from gold metal surfaces. This method will require you to leave your jewelries overnight with these ingredients before washing them thoroughly. Rinse well before wearing again.
We hope that this blog post answered some questions about metallic smell on jewelries for those who are looking for an answer as how to get rid of metallic smell on their gold or silver rings.