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How to Take Care of My Jewelry?
We understand that you don’t want to take the jewelry off.
However, to keep it looking best, here are some helpful tips:
Leave the jewelry off when you shower and primp.
Put the jewelry on after you do your hair and makeup.
When applying perfume, take off your jewelry.
Take it off when you need to deep clean your space.
Avoid chlorine. If you are going to a pool or Jacuzzi, leave your jewelry off.
Do not store your piece of jewelry with other jewelry that is not sterling silver or solid gold.
Sterling Silver 925 –Gold Plated Care
You’ll probably be wearing these pieces a lot. An easy way to keep them shining is by taking a bowl with a mixture of warm water and mild dish detergent and letting the jewelry soak for a few minutes. Once soaked, rinse it with water and dry it with a polishing cloth.
For tarnish and smudges, only use a polishing cloth. If you need to buy one, polishing cloths are available at jewelers and pharmacies shops.
For the times you are not wearing your jewelry, we recommend keeping them individually in a soft pouch or bag to keep them on compartment (we suggest to use silica gel packets to help absorb moisture from the air). This surely will prevent your pieces from getting scratched or tangled and it will also reduce the potentially harmful exposure to outside elements.
How long does gold cover last? Since you want to wear your jewelry daily, it will depend on how thick the gold is plated. If it is very thick, like Vermeil plating 100 micro-inches, it could last a lifetime but If it is a thin plate, with no proper care it could wear off in a short time. That’s why we have three options for gold coverings. 24K Gold Electroplated– Gold thickness up to 7 microinches, 18KGold Plated Gold Thickness 20-30 microinches & 18KGold Vermeil Gold Thickness +100 microinches.
24K Gold Electroplated– is so much sensitive than the other gold covering techniques. It may not last long if you don’t take care properly, 7 inches thickness can wear off in a short time if it’s being exposed to abrasive conditions displaying the base material which is sterling silver. If you have a high volume of acidity on your sweat, it can ruin gold plated jewelry. As such, remove them before strenuous work and clean them after every use. It doesn’t cast allergies. 18K Gold Plated-is so much better than the Gold Electroplated it has thicker gold layers that make your jewelry last much longer, but since it not solid gold you should know that it also requires proper care so you can wear through many years. If it’s being exposed to abrasive conditions gold can wear off displaying the base material which is sterling silver. If you have a high volume of acidity on your sweat, it can ruin gold plated jewelry. As such, remove them before strenuous work and clean them after every use. It doesn’t cast allergies. 18K Vermeil Gold– is the best you can get of gold-covered jewelry it has a thicker layer of gold than normal gold plating and with proper care can last from 20 years to a lifetime. Even though it has a very thick gold layer if is it’s being exposed to very abrasive conditions gold can wear off displaying the base material which is sterling silver. If you have a high volume of acidity on your sweat, it can ruin gold vermeil jewelry in time. As such, to make it last life long remove them before strenuous work and clean them after every use. It doesn’t cast allergies.
Storage and Travel
To have your jewelry ready to wear, it is best to keep each piece separate to keep it away from tangling and tarnishing.
For sterling silver jewelry, we recommend using an airtight plastic bag to keep moisture out.
For yellow and rose gold plated jewelry, you can just keep each piece in a soft pouch.