Jewelry Care

  • Make sure to properly dry off your jewelry if it gets wet.
  • When keeping your jewelry in storage, gently clean each piece with a soft, dry cloth and keep it out of direct sunlight.
  • Avoid using strong soaps, chlorine, and cleaning products that include chemicals.
  • Before putting on your jewelry, make sure any lotions, oils, and scents have been absorbed into your skin.
  • Take the ring off before any exercise.

  A dish, tepid water, a soft-bristled toothbrush, and some mild dish detergent are the most tried-and-true, gentle way to clean delicate jewelry. Better soap is one that is more gentle. Making the homemade jewelry cleaner In a basin, combine a drop of dish soap with some warm water. Spend a few minutes soaking fine jewelry in the mixture if it is severely dirty and does not include any delicate jewels. Always keep in mind that delicate jewels shouldn't be submerged in liquid for more than a few seconds. After that, gently scrub any debris and residue off with the toothbrush. Use a toothpick carefully to remove dirt from hard-to-reach areas. Make a note of any loose stones or damage that needs to be fixed when you clean the jewelry. Wear the jewelry less if the gemstones are loose until they can be mended. Before putting the jewelry back into storage, dry it off with a soft cloth and let it air dry fully.