How to Clean Rose Gold Jewelry

Keeping your rose gold jewelry as radiant as your vibe is a breeze! Don't stress – we've got the ultimate playbook for maintaining that head-turning shimmer. Peek into our step-by-step guide on how to give your rose gold 

I. Method: Water+Soap:

Get the Magic Brew Ready:

  • Grab a bowl or container, and fill it with water that's just the right amount of cozy (not too hot, not too cold). 
  • Add a dollop of gentle dish soap to the mix. Skip the harsh chemicals – we're all about keeping that bling safe and sound! 🌟

Gentle Cleaning:

    • If your jewelry happens to boast intricate details or dazzling gemstones, don't worry – you've got a secret weapon! Just grab a soft-bristle toothbrush and give those special spots a little spa treatment. Keep it gentle, though, to make sure you're not giving your metal or gems any unwanted surprises. 

Time for a Refreshing Rinse: 

Say goodbye to that cleaning solution, and hello to a fresh start! Take your jewelry out and give it a good rinse under lukewarm running water. This step washes away any soap remnants, leaving your bling looking squeaky clean. Ready for its close-up! 💦🌸

Handle with T.L.C. (Tender Loving Care):

    • Gently pat it dry using a soft, clean cloth. No need for superhero strength here – we're keeping the vibes chill to avoid any unnecessary scratches. Your ring deserves nothing but the softest treatment! 💧🌈

Polish and Buff:

    • Grab a soft, lint-free cloth or a microfiber one and give your jewelry a gentle polish and buff.

Inspect Your Jewelry

    • Give your jewelry a little once-over for any lingering dirt or spots. If needed, repeat the cleaning process.


    • After making sure your jewelry is all dry and dazzling, tuck it away in a soft jewelry pouch or a special compartment in your jewelry box. 

Pro Tips for Keeping the Glam:

  • Say no to abrasive materials, scratchy cloths, or tough-bristle brushes. Let's keep that rose gold surface as smooth as silk!
  • Do not use ultrasonic cleaners for rose gold. They could potentially harm both the metal and certain gemstones. 
  • Your rose gold isn't a fan of harsh chemicals, chlorinated water, or lotion parties. Give 'em some space and keep your ring away from those wild shenanigans to keep that glow going strong! 🌸🚫🧴

II. Method: Vinegar & Salt

What You'll Need:

  • White vinegar
  • Table salt
  • Soft cloth or microfiber cloth


Create the Cleaning Solution:

    • Grab a little bowl and add a sprinkle of table salt to a few tablespoons of white vinegar. Give it a good stir until that salt does its disappearing act and the mixture is all set.

Soak the Ring:

    • Place your rose gold jewelry in the vinegar and salt solution. Let it chill for around 15-20 minutes – that's all the time it needs to say bye-bye to tarnish and dirt.

Gentle Scrubbing (Optional):

    • Use a soft cloth or a soft-bristle toothbrush to give your ring some extra attention. Keep it low-key, though – we're avoiding any scratchy situations.

Splish-Splash Shine: 

  • Time for a water dance! Take that rose gold ring out of its vinegar and salt spa treatment and give it a thorough rinse under lukewarm water. Make sure to rinse off all the vinegar and salt residue.

Dry Carefully:

    • Pat your jewelry dry with a soft, clean cloth. Avoid rubbing too vigorously, as this could cause friction and scratches.

Polish and Buff:

    • Ready for a glow-up? Use a soft cloth or microfiber cloth to gently polish and buff your jewelry's surface. This will help restore its shine.

Inspect and Store:

    • Inspect your jewelry to ensure it's clean and shiny. If needed, repeat the cleaning process. 
    • Once you've got that radiant glow going, it's time to put your jewelry to bed. Tuck it away in a cozy jewelry pouch, or give it a special spot in your jewelry box. 

A Quick Note: 

While the vinegar and salt method is a superstar for tarnish-busting, keep it in check, darling. Using it too often might mess with your rose gold's fab finish. And remember, always play it safe – test the solution on a tiny, hidden area before you dive into the main event. 

III. Method: Commercial Jewelry Cleaner

What You'll Need:

  • Commercial jewelry cleaner (make sure it's safe for rose gold)
  • Soft cloth or microfiber cloth


Read Instructions:

    • Start by giving the commercial jewelry cleaner bottle's instructions your full attention. These gems of wisdom are your secret code to success. Follow them to the letter.

Prepare the Solution:

    • If the jewelry cleaner requires dilution, mix it according to the instructions. Always make sure to use a solution that is safe for rose gold jewelry.

Soak and Clean:

    • Place your rose gold jewelry in the jewelry cleaner solution. Set your timer for a few minutes – that's all it takes to let the cleaner work its magic and bring back that captivating glow. 🌟💍

Gentle Brushing (Optional):

    •  If your jewelry boasts intricate designs or precious gemstones, grab a soft-bristle toothbrush and give those areas a soft, spa-worthy scrub while your ring luxuriates in its solution. Just remember, it's all about the gentle vibes to keep that metal and gemstones shining without a scratch in sight! ✨💎🌈

Hello, Refreshing Rinse: 

\When the spa session's over, it's time to rinse away the remnants. Take your jewelry out of the solution and give it a thorough rinse under lukewarm water. 

Dry Carefully:

    • Pat the jewelry dry with a soft, clean cloth. We're going for a soft touch here – no vigorous rubbing needed.

Polish and Buff:

    • Ready for the grand finale? Grab a soft cloth or a microfiber buddy, and let the shining magic begin! Polish and buff that jewelry's surface gently, and watch it come to life with a renewed, dazzling glow. 

Inspect and Store:

    • Take a close look at your jewelry – it should be gleaming and all kinds of fabulous. If there are any lingering spots or dirt, don't hesitate to give the process another whirl. 
    • When that bling's got you smiling, it's storage time! Pop your jewelry into a soft jewelry pouch, or find it a cozy corner in your jewelry box. 

A Friendly Reminder: 

When it comes to using commercial jewelry cleaners, stick to the rulebook – aka the manufacturer's instructions. Different gems and jewels have their quirks, so make sure your cleaner is a perfect match for your rose gold ring.