Jeweller reveals his VERY simple (and unlikely) trick for cleaning diamond rings in seconds – leaving them impossibly bright and sparkling
- A video showing how to clean jewellery in minutes has gone viral on TikTok
- Sydney jeweller Michael Fallah recommends using dishwashing soap and water
- The simple hack also requires a toothbrush, safety pin and paper towel
- In the video the ring was left looking sparking clean as if it were brand new
A jeweller has taken the internet by storm after revealing how to make diamond rings sparkly clean using one common household item.
Michael Fallah, from Sydney, Australia, 36, owns his own business creating pieces for customers that cost anywhere between $2,000 and $30,000.
In the short video, the diamond ring was cleaned by a staff member using nothing but dishwashing liquid and warm water.
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A video demonstrating how to clean jewellery with ease has gone viral on TikTok. All you need is dishwashing liquid, a safety pin, a glass of warm water, a toothbrush and paper towel
Next, a toothbrush is used to remove any miniscule particles of unwanted dirt off the ring, then she gives it a quick rinse before patting dry using a paper towel. The diamond ring was left sparkling in the light and looking as if it were brand new
The industry trick left thousands stunned at its sheer simplicity.
First, the woman adds a squirt of detergent into a glass of warm water then places the ring onto a safety pin and dunks it in the water, ensuring it’s submerged for at least two minutes.
Next, a toothbrush is used to remove any miniscule particles of unwanted dirt off the ring, then she gives it a quick rinse before patting dry using a paper towel.
The diamond ring was left sparkling in the light and looking as if it were brand new.
Michael’s business TikTok account @michaelarthurdiamonds has since gained more than 16,800 followers and the video alone has been viewed more than 83,000 times.
In the comments many described the hack as ‘brilliant’ as it made the ring look ‘stunning’.
‘Ooooh, this is so helpful!’ one person wrote, another added: ‘I actually have a white gold Gucci ring, but I’m super scared to try this!’
‘Stunning!! That’s how I clean my rings as well!’ another wrote.
Michael (pictured, middle) launched Michael Arthur Diamonds in 2014 and the brand specialises in engagement rings, wedding rings and other jewels
Michael launched Michael Arthur Diamonds in 2014 and the brand specialises in engagement rings, wedding rings and other jewels.
‘I was working for different jewellers on the bench prior to starting my own business,’ he told NeedToKnow.online.
‘I built a jewellery business from the ground up with no financial backing or support and in eight years I have grown the business into one of Australia’s top 50 businesses.’