Instagram star reveals genius DIY hack for cleaning jewelry

Instagram star shares brilliant DIY hack for cleaning jewelry that uses just two everyday household products – and her followers are amazed by how well the inexpensive mixture works

Lee Tilghman, best known as Lee From America, took to Instagram on Tuesday to post a photo of her gold jewelry soaking in an effervescent solutionThe influencer revealed that she ‘just discovered’ the homemade cleaner, which is just a mix of dish soap and hydrogen peroxide Commenters were grateful for the hack, and some shared that they also use hydrogen peroxide to clean their jewelry  

An Instagram influencer has shared the brilliant DIY hack for cleaning jewelry using just two everyday household products.

Lee Tilghman, best known as Lee From America, took to Instagram on Tuesday to post a photo of her gold jewelry soaking in an effervescent solution while the grime bubbles to the surface of the water glass. 

In her caption, she revealed the super cleaner was nothing more than a mix of dish soap and hydrogen peroxide — items that cost less than $5 combined.  

Tips: Instagram star Lee Tilghman has shared her DIY jewelry cleaning solution with her followers, revealing you just need two common household items

Look at that: Lee, best known as Lee From America, took to Instagram on Tuesday to post a photo of her gold jewelry soaking in an effervescent solution

Look at that: Lee, best known as Lee From America, took to Instagram on Tuesday to post a photo of her gold jewelry soaking in an effervescent solution

Sharing the wealth: The influencer revealed that she 'just discovered' the homemade cleaner, which is just a mix of dish soap and hydrogen peroxide

Sharing the wealth: The influencer revealed that she ‘just discovered’ the homemade cleaner, which is just a mix of dish soap and hydrogen peroxide

‘Unbeknownst to me I just discovered a home jewelry cleaning solution!’ she wrote. 

Genius DIY jewelry cleaning solution 

Add a squirt of Mrs Meyer’s Dish Soap and a few tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide to a glassful of warm waterMix the solution and then add your jewelry Watch the dirt ‘fizzing’ off the jewelryRemove after a few minutes 



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