Jewelry Care & Storage Guide
We thank you for choosing our unique and elegant jewelry pieces. To
preserve their beauty and shine for many years, we recommend following
simple and effective care tips for your items.
- Avoid contact with chemicals: remove your jewelry before using household chemicals, cosmetics, scented products, or engaging in cleaning activities or swimming in pools to prevent loss of shine, stains, and metal damage.
- Store jewelry separately: prevent scratches and damages by storing your gold and silver jewelry in separate soft pouches or in compartments of a jewelry box.
- Clean with a soft cloth: after wearing, gently wipe your jewelry with a soft dry cloth to remove sweat and dirt. Avoid using abrasive materials or brushes.
- Prevent contact with water: to minimize the risk of metal oxidation, take off your jewelry before coming into contact with water, as chlorine and minerals can harm the surface.
- Oxidized Silver Jewelry: to maintain the oxidized effect, avoid using metal cleaning agents and abrasive materials. Refrain from wearing oxidized silver jewelry when in contact with water to prevent changes in the oxide color. Do not use ultrasonic baths for cleaning, as this may affect the oxidation effect.
- Jewelry Maintenance: regularly have your jewelry inspected by a jeweler to check the clasps, closures, and overall condition of the pieces.
- Handle with care: avoid impact and strong mechanical forces on jewelry with gemstones to prevent damage.
- Avoid temperature extremes: drastic temperature changes can adversely affect certain gemstones. Refrain from wearing gemstone jewelry in conditions of extreme temperatures.
- Cleaning gemstone jewelry: some gemstones require special care. Use a soft brush and warm soapy water for cleaning or use specialized cleaning solutions for gemstone jewelry. Avoid using aggressive chemical substances.
- Store separately: store gemstone jewelry separately from other pieces to avoid damage and chipping.
- Remove jewelry before sleep: avoid wearing jewelry during sleep to prevent damage.
- Avoid contact with sweat: chemicals in sweat can damage jewelry, so it is recommended to remove them before engaging in intense physical exercises or sports activities.
- Remove jewelry during gym visits and workouts: this will protect them from micro-scratches, potential deformations, and maintain the initial brilliance of precious metals and gemstones.
- Periodic inspection: regularly check your jewelry for loose stones or damages. If needed, consult professional jewelers for professional cleaning and maintenance.
We hope this guide will help you preserve the beauty of your unique jewelry collection for many years to come. Remember that your attention and care will allow your jewelry to shine always and everywhere. If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send your message below:
Natalia Parkin Jewelry Team