Titanium necklaces are100 percent hypoallergenic and don't produce the skin irritations and discolorations caused by other metals. The strongest of all metals, titanium is resistant to scratches, bends and dents. Titanium doesn't tarnish and discolor the way that brass and copper items might, so it is not recommended to clean it with baking soda, detergents or other abrasive products.
Things You'll Need
- Soft cloth
- Mild liquid hand or dish soap
- Soft-bristled toothbrush
- Rubbing alcohol
- Cotton swab
Use a small toothbrush to brush away any excess dirt on your necklace.
Dissolve a few drops of liquid hand or dish soap in a bowl of warm water. Dampen a soft cloth with your soap and water solution. Rub your necklace gently with the cloth to remove dirt.
Dip a clean toothbrush in the soap and water solution and use it to clean any cracks and crevices in your necklace.
Rinse your necklace with plain water.
Pour rubbing alcohol into a bowl and dip a cotton swab into the solution. Rub your necklace with the cotton swab to kill any residual germs.
Let your necklace dry completely before wearing it again.
Tips & Warnings
- To avoid dirtying your necklace, don't wear it while doing outside work or exercising heavily.
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