Polishing cloth to remove tarnish
Polishing cloth in use
Before and after using a polishing cloth on a silver bracelet
Polishing cloth information
Jewelry care routine
CLEAN + CARE

Jewelry + Watch Polishing Cloth

$15.00

Perfect for removing tarnish

The Jewelry + Watch Polishing Cloths are designed to clean and polish the finest gold, silver and platinum jewelry + watches. The non-rouge inner cloth is treated with our trade-secret formula to remove tarnish + discoloration, and restore luster without scratching or removing the finish. Finish by buffing with the 100% cotton outer cloth for a gleaming luster. The cloth comes in two sizes and can be used alone or paired with any of our jewelry cleaning products.

Ideal For

Gold, Sterling Silver, Platinum, Plated Metals, Flatware, Hollowware, Watches, + More.

Note: Do not use on leather, faux leather, wood, feathers, or other fibrous materials.

What It Cleans

Most types of jewelry including fashion, costume, fine, antiques, beads, and more. This product is recommended if your jewelry contains mixed metals, mixed gemstones, or includes any kind of delicate gemstone such as pearls or opals.

How To Use

Use the inner polishing cloth to remove tarnish or discoloration. Finish with a few rubs of the outer cloth to provide a finishing luster. Use a Clean + Care jewelry cleaner before polishing for a complete clean.

Shipping + Returns

CLEAN+CARE® ships directly from our production facility in Columbus, Ohio. Orders are processed + shipped Monday-Friday, excluding federal holidays in the United States. If the product purchased is damaged or defective, please contact our customer service via email at info@cleanandcarecleaner.com within 14 days of receipt including details of the damage or defect and proof of purchase.

How It Works

Use the inner polishing cloth to remove tarnish or discoloration. Finish with a few rubs of the outer cloth to provide a finishing luster. Use a CLEAN + CARE jewelry cleaner before polishing for extra sparkle and shine.

How It Works

Use the inner polishing cloth to remove tarnish or discoloration. Finish with a few rubs of the outer cloth to provide a finishing luster. Use a CLEAN + CARE jewelry cleaner before polishing for extra sparkle and shine.

MAKE YOUR

JEWELRY SHINE

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SAFE TO USE ON

  • AMETHYST

  • CRYSTAL

  • DIAMOND

  • EMERALD

  • OPAL

  • PEARL

  • RUBY

  • SAPPHIRE

  • TURQUOISE

SAFE TO USE ON

  • GOLD

  • PLATED METALS

  • RHODIUM

  • STERLING SILVER

  • STAINLESS STEEL

  • TITANIUM

  • VERMEIL

DON'T USE ON

  • LEATHER

  • FIBER/FABRIC

BEST USED ON

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SPARKLE EVERY DAY

Never leave the house with dull jewelry again

YOUR ROUTINE FOR A

COMPLETE CLEAN

Pair the Jewelry + Watch Polishing Cloth with a CLEAN+CARE® jewelry cleaner for maximum shine
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STEP 1: CLEANSE

Cleanse jewelry to remove built-up grime and oils from everyday wear
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STEP 2: POLISH

Buff with a polishing cloth to remove tarnish + add extra shine

STEP 1: CLEANSE

Cleanse jewelry to remove built-up grime and oils from everyday wear

STEP 2: POLISH

Buff with a polishing cloth to remove tarnish + add extra shine

SPARKLE EVERY DAY

Fall in love with your jewelry all over again

YOUR ROUTINE FOR

MAXIMUM SHINE

Pair the Gentle Jewelry Cleaner with a Polishing Cloth for cleaner, more radiant jewelry
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STEP 1: CLEANSE

Cleanse your diamond and hard gemstones with our Gentle Jewelry Cleaner to remove dirt and grime
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STEP 2: POLISH

Buff and polish with a CLEAN + CARE Polishing Cloth to remove tarnish and return a lasting shine

BENEFITS

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Treated inner layer removes 
tarnish + discoloration

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Double-stitched to hold up 
to the toughest tarnish

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100% cotton outer layer 
provides a gleaming luster

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