1. Daily Care: Protect your jewelry by removing it while swimming, showering, exercising, washing your hands, or applying any products such as perfumes, lotions, or hair products. If your jewelry should be exposed to any of the above products, tarnishing may occur. Tarnishing may also be caused by the skin’s natural pH levels.
2. Cleaning Instructions: Clean your piece with a soft cloth and rub gently; it can be scratched if you aren’t careful. Never use over-the-counter jewelry cleaners. To ensure the longevity of the piece, avoid exposing to water, fragrance, lotion, direct heat, and abrasive chemicals. There are instances you can’t control jewelry being exposed to such as oxygen, air pollutants that can affect the appearance of your piece. This varies depending on your body chemistry.
As a general rule, your jewelry should be the last thing on and the first thing off when getting dressed. These simple steps will help keep your pieces looking brilliant for years to come.