Jewelry Care

Congratulations on your new jewelry. Here are some tips and tricks to take care of your jewelry Clean your jewelry from time to time to help your jewelry restore its shine. We recommend taking off your jewelry before swimming. Chlorinated pools have chemicals that can damage gold alloys. Pearls have organic origins. Everyday substances like hairspray, lotion, perfume, or cosmetics can contain chemicals which can affect the surface of the pearls. Ultrasonic cleaners should not be used to clean pearls. Pro tip: Try to store pearls in a dry place because they can draw moisture from the air. Gold and diamonds Mix warm water and mild dish soap in a bowl. Put your jewelry in the soapy water and leave or a few minutes. Using a soft toothbrush, gently brush the jewelry. Remove your jewelry from the soapy water and rinse with water. Dry your jewelry with soft polishing cloth. Pro tip: Rinse your jewelry in a bowl of water instead of rinsing directly in the sink to avoid losing your jewelry down the drain Pro tip: investing in a small at-home ultrasonic cleaner is a really efficient way to keep your jewelry sparkly. Be aware that sometimes ultrasonic cleaners might shake stones out of place. Store your jewelry properly in a jewelry box or bag