The firey blue moonstones, which is an alternate birthstone for June, is a member of the Feldspar mineral group. It is a relatively soft stone, so take extra care to not scratch your moonstone jewelry. Store the jewelry in a velvet pouch or some other protective container to avoid damaging the surface. And of course, learn to clean it properly.
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Clean moonstones with soap and water only. Do not use an ultrasonic cleaner on moonstone.
Soak your moonstone in a glass of warm water with a drop of liquid soap. Allow time for the dirt to loosen and dissolve.
Scrub lightly with a soft toothbrush to remove any stubborn dirt around the stone’s jewelry settings.
Dry and polish your moonstone with a soft cloth.