Fill a tiny bucket or glass with hot water. This water should be lukewarm rather than too hot for the hands to touch. Never use the kitchen sink basin with an obstructed drain for this purpose because you do not want your cherished property to be lost down the drain.
Pour some detergent into the warm water and mix well. You merely need to employ a really small amount of detergent to make the solution slightly soapy.
Place your diamonds in the soapy water to soak for around 10 minutes. This gives sufficient time for just about any built-up grime to break down and allows for easy removal.
Fill another bucket with hot water and add a tiny amount of ammonia-based glass cleaner solution. NEVER use chlorine based cleaners because they could chemically react with some metals in the earrings.
After 10 minutes in the detergent bathtub, remove your earrings and stick them in the next pot which you prepared with the glass cleaner.
Take away the earrings from the cleaner solution and begin cleaning it with a brush with soft bristles. Clean all edges of the diamonds by brushing lightly with the soft brush. Since mud normally accumulates at the ends and the trunk of the band, you might like to give these areas an exceptionally good scrub. If the earrings have a prong-based kind of setting, take care not to clean vigorously as the bristles get stuck in some of the prongs and can loosen the stone when you apply increased force.
After cleaning, place the precious stone rings back to the pot containing water and detergent. Clean the jewelry while it is submerged in the solution to wash off of the loosened dirt.
Now, use clean water to rinse out the jewelry. If you are rinsing from the kitchen sink basin, be sure you put in a strainer to the drain to avoid dropping your earrings by accident.
Completely dry the jewelry with a bit of nylon or other soft material and blow dried with a hair drier if necessary. Be careful not to let the water evaporate from the diamond jewelry by itself as it could leave water discolorations on the gem.
Execute a quick routine check up on your jewelry for possible destruction like the loosening of prongs. This will help you find any problems sooner and get them fixed avoiding the risk of losing the gem.