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    awhim4prims

    Member since Apr 2012

    Chef #2617702

    From United States

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    Reviewed Jewelry Cleaner

    Monday, Jan 7, 2013 on Food.com

    I have used my grandmother's formula for jewelry cleaner for decades..you really only need three ingredients...hot water, baking soda and foil. Not sure why the salt was added as baking soda has salt... For the ladies that said it turned their jewelry "black" is because you left it in too long...I use an old pie pan with the soda sprinkled in i...


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