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If you have a Pandora bracelet, most likely it is your pride and joy and you wear it everywhere you go.
That is the thing with charms; they are supposed to remind you of different memories, places or people, so it seems fitting that they accompany you on life’s journey.
However, having a piece of jewellery permanently on you wrist can mean that, understandably, it can attract a little dirt.
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But how do you go about cleaning such a intricate item?
Well, a fan of Mrs Hinch, AKA Sophie Hichliffe, seems to have come up with a solution and in doing so was baffled by just how much dirt was trapped in her Pandora bracelet.
Her method was posted to the Facebook group, We Love Mrs Hinch, which shares tips in a forum of people who are fans of social media cleaning star.
The woman revealed she poured hot water from the kettle and mixed it with washing up liquid.
She then left her Pandora bracelet in the solution for five minutes.
She wrote: ”Decided to try the washing up liquid with hot kettle water to clean my Pandora. The c**p that has come off is crazy. All that black is off my charms."
It is clear to see from the picture that there are floating bits of grime in the bowl.
The post garnered a lot of attention, with one woman writing: "I definitely need to do this", while another added: "Mine's well overdue, keep meaning to take it in, I'm amazed at this."
Other members of the group set about trying it out with some ending up with even more granules of dirt.
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Another user also suggested using a toothbrush to scrub the jewellery once it has soaked in the solution, adding that "it's great for rings with gemstones and brings them up lovely".
While other wondered whether it would work on other accessories, and one commented: "Hopefully this works for rings! Mine has went all tarnished it looks awful [sic]."
Another wrote: "Could I clean my silver engagement ring like this?"
We're off to soak our bracelet… back in five!
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