POPSUGAR Fashion Poll Do You Clean Your Jewelry Regularly? by Fashion 2/13/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest I sure do! Source Read More Jewelry CareGlitteratiFab Poll POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Stay Stylish With OurFashion and Beauty Newsletter Personalize Beauty Tips Fashion and Beauty News Celebrity Style Street Style Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. carhornsinapril 7 years i clean my engagement ring every 2-3 days. it makes a huge difference, sparkle-wise. Tabloid 7 years Of course but mostly the earring.. liaochiling 7 years i just clean it first before using it. insidesusan 7 years This is why I love Tiffany's... I can go in there and get my engagement ring and wedding ring cleaned as much as I want for free! And the best part is browsing while you wait. angelinemarie 7 years no, i don't. looks like that model has a lazy eye... angelinemarie 7 years no, i don't.looks like that model has a lazy eye... designergirl 7 years I desperately need to, but I ruined a bracelet one time by cleaning it wrong. So, I get a little nervous. glam-sugar 7 years I clean my nicer things regularly. rgrl 7 years I really only clean my diamond ring, but not as often as I should. It probably needs it everyday, but I only do it once or a few times a week. I don't wear a lot of jewelry, so it doesn't need to be cleaned a lot. :) kitkatherine 7 years it depends. silver stuff, my pearls, i clean from time to time. eg. my tiffany k necklace that is currently broken. but somet hings, my dinosaur antique silver earrings, i leave a little dirty. when i found them in sacramento, she had two pairs, one she had cleaned, and i chose the dirtier one . the darkness in the silver gave it the right feel, as the shiny clean one didn't let it be the wonderful vintage piece it was. the story was in the not clean pair to me. kitkatherine 7 years it depends. silver stuff, my pearls, i clean from time to time. eg. my tiffany k necklace that is currently broken. but somet hings, my dinosaur antique silver earrings, i leave a little dirty. when i found them in sacramento, she had two pairs, one she had cleaned, and i chose the dirtier one . the darkness in the silver gave it the right feel, as the shiny clean one didn't let it be the wonderful vintage piece it was. the story was in the not clean pair to me. x_juicyfruit 7 years I get my expensive pieces cleaned as often as possible. elmosisi 7 years the picture is pretty elmosisi 7 years the picture is pretty berrymix 7 years eeeep, you just reminded me it's time to clean 'em again. Lovely_1 7 years I clean my good stuff like once a month usually...and I do my bf's while I am at it :) RoyalBlueMoss 7 years Ew, Not cleaning them is just dirty. emalove 7 years Yes, every week I clean my engagement ring, wedding band, and the diamond earrings I wear almost everyday. I usually only clean my other nice jewelry upon wearing it. Mandy210 7 years Yes, but it all depends on what exactly it is. I have a huge range of jewelry. I have a lot of sterling, a nice collection of diamonds and gemstones and gold, and then I have all that cheap costume jewelry. Of course we don't really need to clean the cheap plastic/silvertone stuff. But when it comes to sterling, using a polishing cloth is a MUST. It tarnishes over time and boy does it make a difference, especially on rings and things you wear often. You can get them at jewelry stores in the mall even, I worked at one and gave them away for free all the time. With gold and diamonds you really should keep those things clean not only to keep them lasting longer, but to keep them sparkling! Take them to the local stores (we cleaned jewelry for free!) buy a cleaner, or make your own! (1 part ammonia to 4 parts water) I usually heat it up in the microwave, soak for a few, and brush with a soft tooth brush... rinse... et voila! We would use ammonia when we ran out of our "industrial" cleaner, it worked just fine :) aimeeb 7 years Certain items but only on occasion... LettyRN 7 years It's a must! LettyRN 7 years It's a must!