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    Reviewed Jewelry Cleaner

    Wednesday, Aug 14, 2013 on

    This recipe is very bad advice and seems to be circulating quite a bit on Facebook. Mainly from people who do not work with or make jewelry. Using dishsoap with pearls or any soft or organic gemstone will result in disaster. While some jewelry makers may do a one time rinse with Ivory dishsoap to remove excess dye on dyed pearls this is ONE ti...

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