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Jewelry Care

We understand that jewelry can be a significant investment, which is why it's important to take care of them to make them last for years to come. That's why we want to provide you with some tips on how to take care of your jewelry so you can enjoy their beauty and shine for years to come. Whether you need advice for daily cleaning or long-term storage, we're here to help. 

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR JEWELRY

SILVER

925 silver, also known as sterling silver, is a popular material for creating jewelry due to its beauty and durability. However, like any other precious metal, 925 silver requires some care to maintain its shine and prevent oxidation.

Here are some tips for taking care of 925 silver jewelry:

  1. Store jewelry in a dry place and away from direct sunlight. Moisture and light can cause oxidation and dullness of the silver.

  2. Avoid exposing 925 silver jewelry to chemicals such as perfumes, hair sprays, and household cleaning products. These products can cause permanent damage to the metal.

  3. Remove 925 silver jewelry before showering, swimming, or exercising. Water and sweat can accelerate oxidation.

  4. Regularly clean 925 silver jewelry with a soft, clean cloth. Avoid using toilet paper or rough towels, which can scratch the surface.

  5. Use a specific 925 silver jewelry cleaner to remove tarnish and oxidation. It is recommended to use specific products to avoid damage to the jewelry.

  6. Store 925 silver jewelry in a fabric bag or a container with an airtight seal to prevent oxidation.

GOLD

Gold jewelry is a timeless and precious accessory that requires some care to maintain its brilliance and value. Here are some tips for taking care of your gold jewelry:

  1. Store gold jewelry in a clean, dry place, away from other metals that may scratch it. A fabric-lined jewelry box or soft pouch is an ideal option for storage.

  2. Remove gold jewelry before engaging in any physical activity or household chores, as sweat, chemicals, and hard blows can cause damage.

  3. Clean gold jewelry regularly with a soft cloth, mild soap, and warm water. Be sure to dry it thoroughly after cleaning.

  4. Avoid using abrasive or chemical cleaners that can scratch or discolor the gold. You may also use specialized gold jewelry cleaners available in the market.

  5. Avoid exposing gold jewelry to chlorine or other harsh chemicals, which can cause discoloration and damage.

  6. Have gold jewelry inspected by a professional jeweler regularly to detect any signs of wear and tear or loose stones.

BRASS

Brass jewelry is a popular and affordable option, but it requires some care to maintain its luster and prevent tarnishing. Here are some tips for taking care of your brass jewelry:

  1. Store brass jewelry in a dry place, away from other metals that may scratch it. It is best to keep it in a fabric-lined jewelry box or a soft pouch.

  2. Avoid exposing brass jewelry to water, humidity, or direct sunlight, which can cause discoloration and tarnishing.

  3. Clean brass jewelry with a soft cloth and mild soap and water. Be sure to dry it thoroughly after cleaning.

  4. Use a brass-specific cleaner for more thorough cleaning. You may also use natural cleaners like lemon juice and baking soda.

  5. Apply a protective coating to your brass jewelry to prevent tarnishing. Some options include clear nail polish or a brass lacquer.

  6. Avoid wearing brass jewelry while swimming or engaging in physical activity, as sweat and chemicals can cause discoloration and damage.

BRONZE

Bronze jewelry is a beautiful and durable material, but it requires some care to maintain its shine and prevent tarnishing. Here are some tips for taking care of your bronze jewelry:

  1. Store bronze jewelry in a dry, cool place, away from other metals that may scratch it. A fabric-lined jewelry box or a soft pouch is an ideal option for storage.

  2. Avoid exposing bronze jewelry to water, humidity, or direct sunlight, which can cause discoloration and tarnishing.

  3. Clean bronze jewelry with a soft cloth and mild soap and water. Be sure to dry it thoroughly after cleaning.

  4. Use a bronze-specific cleaner for more thorough cleaning. You may also use natural cleaners like lemon juice and baking soda.

  5. Apply a protective coating to your bronze jewelry to prevent tarnishing. Some options include clear nail polish or a bronze lacquer.

  6. Avoid wearing bronze jewelry while swimming or engaging in physical activity, as sweat and chemicals can cause discoloration and damage.

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