Our jewelry care tips
To protect your beautiful jewelry from wear and discoloration in the long term, we have put together some tips and tricks for you here. With our tips you should be able to enjoy your jewelry for a long time.
Tips for storing your jewelry
We recommend that you always store your necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings individually. By storing them individually, you prevent your jewelry from getting scratched, tarnished, or tangled with other jewelry and perhaps damaged.
The best way to protect your jewelry is to store it in the jewelry box we provide. This will also protect your jewelry from oxidizing. We recommend that you keep your necklaces hanging, this will prevent them from getting tangled.
To prevent your jewelry from tarnishing, we recommend that you protect it from extreme moisture or heat.
Tips to clean your jewelry
Regular care of your jewelry will prolong its life. It is best to clean your jewelry with a soft, non-abrasive and lint-free cloth. This will help you to maintain the shine of your gold or silver jewelry. If necessary, you can also clean it with a mild rinsing liquid, warm water and a soft toothbrush. Afterwards, you should rinse your jewelry with clean water to remove any residue from the rinsing liquid.
We recommend that you avoid abrasive jewelry cleaners, as they contain chemicals that can permanently damage your jewelry. If your jewelry is more dirty, you can clean them with special jewelry cloths. These are milder than the liquid jewelry cleaners.
Make sure that you shine with your necklace around the chain.
How to protect your jewelry
You should protect your jewelry from chemicals in perfume, hairspray, makeup, body oils, sunscreen and deodorant. These are harmful to your jewelry in the long run.
Additionally, we recommend that you take your jewelry off at night before you go to bed, this will prevent your jewelry from getting bent or tangled while you sleep.
How to protect your jewelry from tarnishing
To prevent your jewelry from tarnishing, we recommend that you take it off when swimming or showering. Rings should also be taken off when washing your hands. Chlorine, salt or fresh water can tarnish the precious metals in your jewelry.
Gold and silver are particularly susceptible. Permanent damage or discoloration can quickly occur. Chlorine is especially damaging to your jewelry. Residues of soapy water from bathing or showering can leave a thin film on your jewelry. This takes the shine off your jewelry.
Tricks against a metal allergies
If you show allergic reactions to your jewelry, you can try to counteract this with clear nail polish. Apply the nail polish very thinly on your jewelry. Let the nail polish dry for 24 hours, you may need to apply a second coat of nail polish. This prevents in most cases an allergic reaction. You should renew the nail polish at regular intervals.
If you continue to have an allergic reaction to your jewelry, we recommend that you stop wearing it and consult a doctor if necessary.