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Care guide

Every jewelry need special care to save its beautiful look, from that ring you wear everyday to the necklace you wear on special ocations.
Here are some common care rules collected in this care guide.

All kind of jewerly:

  • Your jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off every day
  • Before you put on your jewelry be sure the perfume and body lotion are completely absorbed into your skin
  • Apply all hair products before putting on jewelry
  • Remove all jewelry before swimming or getting into hot tubes
  • Don`t leave jewelry in cars
  • Take off all jewelry before go to bed
  • Store away from heat, direct sunlight, window sills and vents
  • Don`t wear rings in cold water! Cold temps cause your finger size to shrink so rings can slip off.
  • Remove jewelry before strenuous activities. Your sweat and natural oils will diminish the brillance
  • Always store your jewellery in ziplock / airtight packets so that it safe from moisture which can harm the jewellery.
  • Put a silica gel packet in your jewellery box to keep it moisture free. This will prevent your jewellery from tarnishing.
  • If you accidentally lose he earnut for a stud earring, use a piece of pencil eraser to hold the earring in place.
  • Use buttons to keep your studs or small earrings together. Very useful for those who travel frequently.
  • Use clear nail paint to coat your fashion jewellery and protect the colour from chipping off.
  • Long chains are always getting tangled. However, plastic straws provide a cheap and easy solution. Thread the chain through the straw and keep it tangled free.
  • A good quality jewellery box makes for an excellent investment. Separate compartments for storing earrings, chains, necklaces, bracelets, ensure that the pieces do not entangle and prevent scratching.
  • Rub a few drops of baby oil onto a chain knot and roll the knot gently between your thumb and index finger until the knot loosens.

Sterling silver and gold

  • Never use tissue or paper towel to clean sterling silver
  • Use special jewelry polish cloth to clean gold and silver jewelry
  • Add chalk to your jewellery box, containing sterling silver jewellery, to prevent it to get tarnished. As chalk tend to absorb all the moisture.
  • Take a pinch of turmeric and rub it on your gold jewellery for some time. Then clean it with a piece of soft cotton cloth and see the magical glow in your gold jewellery.
  • Get the shine back in your silver or gold jewellery by pouring a bit of flat beer on to a soft cloth and rub the jewellery on it.
  • Avoid wearing the same piece of jewellery continuously for days, especially in summers. The salt in your sweat could gradually erode the gold or silver plating on your favourite piece.
  • Avoid wearing jewelry while swimming in a swimming pool. The chlorine can cause damage to various gemstones and gold.
  • A few drops of vodka can clean any kind of silver or studdes jewellery. Immerse a napkin into the vodka to wipe away the grime on your jewellery to get the sparkling again.
  • Gold jewelry should be removed before shower. This is because soap can cause a film to form on gold jewellery. Making it appear dull and digny.

Pearl jewelry

  • Store pearls in soft fabric, not plastic to allow them breathe
  • Store your pearls flat, as opposed to hanging them, to avoid scretching of the thread prematurely, thus adding more life to your pearl jewellery
  • Always store your pearls in soft cloth. Never store them in an air tight package because pearls need moisture.
  • Clean with a damp cloth only as needed. If your pearls are visibly stained, you can mix a solution of lukewarm water and mild dish soap, dip a soft cleaning cloth in it and wipe the pearls.
  • Do NOT submerge a pearl necklace in water, as it will weaken the silk thread.
  • Wear your pearls often. Pearls do best in a moist environment, so wearing them frequently keeps them from drying out.

Diamond jewelry

  • All you need is warm water, a soft toothbrush, and mild soap.
  • Do not use toothpaste to clean diamonds.
  • Soak diamond jewelry in half a litter of cold water with 3 teaspoons of baking soda and keep it for 4 hours, and then wipe with a soft cloth. Your diamond will look like new.
  • When diamond rubs against another diamond, the gemstones can scratch each other.
  • Your diamonds may also scratch and damage any other jewellery they come in contact with. It is very important to store them separately.
  • Dip your diamond jewellery in warm solution of mild liquid detergent and water, clean it with a soft brush and they`ll become sparkling again. Along with the face of the diamond, also clean the back where dirt is easily accumulated.
  • Though it isn’t easy to break a diamond, the prongs holding a diamond in place can be broken. Hence, don’t be rough with your diamond ornaments. When cleaning them, do not scrub them too vigorously or put too much pressure on them.

Carbon fiber jewelry

  • They are easy to care and they must be treated as other jewellery.
  • Put on your carbon fiber jewellery after your body lotion is completely absorbed into skin. It can make a film on the carbon fiber and the jewel will look greasy and dirty.
  • You can clean the carbon fiber surface with a napkin with alcohol on. You will not damage the surface.
  • Glossy carbon fiber coat can be scratched so you should keep your gloss jewel in a soft cloth and seaparately from other jewellery.
  • The salt water and the mineral water can`t damange the surface of carbon fiber, but sand can scratch the glossy surface of your carbon fiber jewellery.
  • The matte finish is very resistant and can`t be scratched.

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