Any woman who is inclined at collecting jewelries should know how to properly maintain them. Whether it is made of gold, platinum or silver there is a corresponding routine maintenance to keep them in their best shape.
For gold and platinum, dipping them in sudsy water is enough for routine cleaning. If the piece is not made of pure gold (10K rather than 24K) it contains alloy metals that may tarnish. Should that happen, adding a few drops of ammonia to the solution and then brushing it gently should be sufficient. If that does not work, you should take the piece to a jeweler for polishing.
Easy enough, right? If only maintaining our weight was that easy, we may not need phentermine at all.
Oh, and to finish this article, I should not forget silver. Your silver pieces only needs cloth that is specifically designed to spiff silver. Avoid using paper towel or tissue as the rubbing action can cause scratches.