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Jewelry Care

Jewelry is an investment that can last for generations with proper care. To keep your jewelry looking its best, it is important to follow these basic care instructions:

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Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals

Chemicals such as chlorine, bleach, and household cleaners can damage the metal and gemstones in your jewelry. Always remove your jewelry before swimming or cleaning to avoid exposure to these chemicals.

Store your jewelry properly

When you are not wearing your jewelry, store it in a dry, safe place, such as a jewelry box or pouch. This will help prevent scratches, tangling, and other damage.

Clean your jewelry regularly

Over time, dirt, oils, and other debris can build up on your jewelry, making it look dull or discolored. To clean your jewelry, use a soft-bristled brush, warm water, and a mild soap or cleaning solution specifically designed for jewelry. Gently scrub the jewelry with the brush, then rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.


Be gentle with your jewelry

Jewelry can be delicate, so it is important to handle it with care. Avoid wearing jewelry while doing activities that could cause damage, such as sports, yard work, or heavy lifting. When putting on or taking off your jewelry, be gentle and avoid pulling or tugging on the metal or stones.

Take your jewelry to a professional jeweler for maintenance

If your jewelry needs repair or maintenance, such as restringing a necklace, replacing a clasp, or tightening loose stones, take it to a professional jeweler. They can help you keep your jewelry in top condition and prevent further damage.

By following these basic care instructions, you can help ensure that your jewelry stays beautiful and lasts for many years to come.

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