People who often wear stainless steel jewelry will face a problem - my stainless steel jewelry is rusted, or I should buy a new one, but now wearing this is very good except for the rust, how to remove the rust. Regarding how to solve the corrosion of stainless steel, we have written about the solution before (refer to: https://www.rainso.com/blogs/news/how-to-clean-the-magnetic-copper-bracelet-and-treat -patina-on-the-skin
), but did not say the specific steps. Next we'll talk about how to remove rust from stainless steel with soap and water.
Using soap and water is the easiest way to clean stainless steel jewelry, and it's something every home has. First, take two small bowls and fill them with warm water. One of these bowls will be used for washing and the other for rinsing. (Make sure the bowl is sized to fit the jewelry). In the first bowl, add 2-3 drops of the mildest liquid soap. Using a soft cleaning cloth, place in a bowl and start cleaning your jewelry. Using a soft cloth (preferably microfiber) will protect your jewelry from scratches, especially if you use it to clean it. When wiping jewelry, wipe according to the texture of the cleanup to avoid scratches. If you want to remove jewelry joints or gaps that are difficult to clean, you can use a soft-bristled toothbrush and brush gently, following the grain rather than across the grain. When you're done, dip it into a second bowl and rinse (you can rinse it several times). Finally dry with a dry cloth.
When we talked about cleaning, we talked about the problem of scratches, so we also wrote how to solve the scratches of stainless steel jewelry. Scratches on stainless steel jewelry are difficult to avoid. There will always be collisions somewhere, and then there will be one or several scratches on the jewelry. At this time, you need to think about how to remove the scratches. Here's a handy way to do it at home - whitening toothpaste. Squeeze a little toothpaste (you can squeeze a bit more) on a soft-bristled toothbrush (if you're using a regular toothbrush, a child's toothbrush is recommended), brush the stainless steel jewelry lightly.Then wipe off the paste toothpaste with a damp towel, check to see if the scratches are gone, until the jewelry is free of scratches, and finish with a metal polish.