Our jewelry should never be worn in or exposed to water. Please avoid exposure to perfumes, hair products, lotions, soaps, oils, and household chemicals. Remove jewelry before exercising, showering or cleaning.
Sterling silver can be cleaned with a sterling silver polishing cloth. Avoid chlorine water and rubbing with paper products, which may scratch the silver. Store pieces in a cool dry place away from light and air to prevent excess tarnishing. We recommend using sterling silver specific jewelry cleaner. For pieces containing stones, pearls, and crystals, we recommend using a silver polishing cloth only, as other products can damage some stones.
Always separate from other jewelry to prevent scratching. Remove jewelry before exercising, showering or cleaning. Polish gently using yellow gold specific polishing cloth.
Caring for Plated Jewelry
Due to the nature of plated jewelry, we suggest following these guidelines to maintain the look of your specific piece. Scented products such as perfumes, colognes and lotions contain chemicals that can react with plating and discolor or fade jewelry. Body chemistry and moisture can also affect a plated piece – a high skin PH balance will greatly speed up wear on a plated item.
Plated jewelry should never be worn during activities that involve water such as showering or pool/beach activities (chlorine and salt water will affect plating). When removing jewelry for these purposes be sure to store in a clean dry area. Friction or contact with a hard surface can produce scratches or wear to the piece.
If necessary, use warm water with a mild, fragrance-free soap to clean plated items. Gently pat dry with a clean cotton or microfiber cloth. Most jewelry cleaners contain chemical elements that will slowly wear and fade plating over time.
Following these steps will help ensure the longevity of your jewelry!
If you have any additional questions regarding product care, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org