How to Clean Turquoise Jewelry at Home

Turquoise Jewelry is very delicate and beautiful to look. If your Turquoise jewelry is not being worn, it should be kept in its box. Air and moisture are enemies of your sterling silver jewelry with stones, and other silver jewelry items. Therefore, you should store your silver jewelry in sealable plastic bags in a cool, dark, and dry place. Turquoise jewelry is stable in light, because of the stone, but high heat can cause discoloration and damage to the surface, thus always try to keep your jewelry safe and away from any chemicals.

Here are few DIY Methods to help you keep your Turquoise silver jewelry clean and shiny without harming them.

Making a baking soda bath

Place a sheet of aluminum foil in a bowl. Then mix one tablespoon of baking soda into a quart of hot water. After this, place your Turquoise jewelry for half an hour in the bowl. Now take out your sterling silver rings with stones and buff them gently, with a dry cloth. You can also use silver jewelry cleaning cloth for that. This homemade silver cleaner will come in handy, even with your silver spoons.

Turquoise sterling silver rings

Using a soft-bristled toothbrush in clean water

Don’t add any housework products to the water, when you are cleaning your silver jewelry that has Turquoise, as chemicals can harm the gem. Many times, simple water and toothbrush can do magic to your Turquoise silver ring.

Use a silver polish

At times, your sterling silver rings with stones might need washing. Moreover, many cleaners can harm Turquoise. Therefore, it is best to use a light polishing, which you can find at any department store. We provide silver rings polish cloth for free with every purchase.

western turquoise jewelry cleanning

Using Lemon and Olive Oil

Another homemade silver cleaner which guarantees to give good results is lemon. Whisk Lemon juice and olive oil together in a bowl. Then dip a cloth in the mixtures, removing the excess and polish your sterling silver rings with stones, but gently.

how to clean Turquoise silver rings

The Final word

Well, to sums up, our recommendation to you out there is Wear Your Turquoise Ring! it’s beautiful, fun, you’ll get many compliments and it will be kept best this way.

Turquoise stone is valued in any cultures and often used as a decorative item too. Turquoise jewelry is one of a kind with Turquoise in various shades of blue, and green. Having sterling silver rings with stones, such as boho silver rings is fun to wear, but can be difficult to clean, once it gets dirty. If you have Turquoise jewelry then, cleaning it occasionally is necessary.


  • Gina

    What can I use to loosen the dirt from the intricate details in our turquoise and silver jewelry. These are my moms pieces and are wore old. Lots of cleaning needed.

  • Jeffrey Mansfield

    I cleaned my father’s silver and turquoise ring with baking soda and water. I’ve had it for 25 years and it looks great.

  • Nancy Kemper

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    I would like to purchase a statement wide ring, sterling silver two tone in a size 5 1/2. Thank you!

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