Woman reveals how to clean Pandora jewellery leaving it looking brand new in 5 minutes using two common household items

IN the hope of informing others of how to make their jewellery look brand new, one woman has transformed her Pandora bracelet.

Michelle, from New York City, revealed how she used two common household items to ensure her jewellery was gleaming.

Taking to her TikTok account, Michelle captioned the post "Hope this helps anyone else! My bracelet looks brand new."

Posting under the domain @michellemorera_ she explained that the hack only took her five minutes.

"My Pandora bracelet was tarnished due to contact with sulfur and my warranty was up," said Michelle.

Adding: "What I used: boiling water, aluminium foil, one tablespoon of baking soda and one tablespoon of salt."

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Michelle soaks her jewellery in the mixture for just five minutes, and the difference is incredible.

"Five minutes later," she says revealing the shining Pandora bracelet.

The post has racked up a whopping 4.4 million views and TikTok users have been quick to comment.

"I wonder if this will work for my ring" commented one person.

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Another added: "Thanks, I needed to know this."

"This so worked. Warning tho…it smells like rotten eggs, thanks for this great tip" commented a third.

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