Can white vinegar be used to clean other jewels?

White vinegar is not suitable for cleaning all kinds of jewelry.

Although white vinegar may have a certain cleaning effect on some metal ornaments such as silver jewelry and can help remove the oxides on the surface, it may not be applicable to many other jewels.

For example, for pearls, white vinegar may damage the luster and texture of their surface; for gemstones such as rubies, sapphires, and emeralds, white vinegar may cause corrosion or damage to them; for gold jewelry, white vinegar is not a regular cleaning product either.

Different jewels have their specific cleaning and maintenance methods. Using improper cleaning products may lead to damage to the jewelry. It is best to understand the specific characteristics and suitable cleaning methods before cleaning the jewelry.