A TikTok user has taught us a genius hack that will have your tarnished Pandora charm bracelet looking as good as new.
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We are collectively obsessed with cleaning these days, not only thanks to the rise of the almighty Mrs Hinch, but also the wealth of information at our fingertips on TikTok.
But while there are countless videos out there showing us how to keep the home sparkling clean, many of us aren't too sure how to look after our expensive jewellery - sometimes taking it out of the box to find something's tarnished, despite our best efforts.
But one woman called Michelle has the answer.
In the clip, originally posted last year, Michelle shares that a simple concoction of boiling water, baking soda, salt, and aluminium foil is all you need to revive your tarnished bracelet.
Lining a bowl with aluminium foil, or tinfoil, she pours in three cups of boiling water.
She then mixes in one tablespoon of salt and one tablespoon of baking soda.
Finally, she drops her Pandora charm bracelet into the bowl and leaves it soak.
Five to ten minutes later, she suggests using a cloth or toothbrush to remove any excess dirt from the silver.
Naturally, TikTok users absolutely loved this hack.
One viewer commented: "Thank you so much for this. I haven't worn mine because of the colour change and expired warranty as well."
Another wrote: "Thank you I had a Pandora ring tarnish cause I used it when applying hair removal cream. Going to try this."
A third said: "I am doing this now and after 2 mins I already can see it has made it pretty again."
Other users were keen to stress that the hack will only work on silver jewellery rather than gold, rose gold or costume jewellery.
Some users were eager to share their own silver-cleaning recipes and rituals that have worked for them
One former Pandora employee wrote: "You can just use warm water and dawn dish soap and let soak. You can also purchase a cleaning cloth from Pandora."
"Toothpaste works really well too," commented another TikTok user.
"Weirdly what has worked for me is rubbing my bracelet with the original bag it came in and that always cleans it super well," added a third.
We need to try these tricks ASAP.