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Avoid contact with daily chemical products to avoid chemical reactions such as soap, shower gel, shampoo, cosmetics, etc.
Avoid collision or stress to avoid deformation or breakage, such as taking off your beloved jewelry when exercising, sleeping, or cooking.
Avoid high temperature and exposure to the sun to avoid unnecessary fading and other problems.
Different kinds of jewelry have different hardness, so they should be worn and placed separately to avoid wearing each other.
Regularly check the jewelry, whether the claw-set gemstone is loose, whether the diamond is dropped, whether the necklace buckle is firm, etc.
Mainly refers to pure gold, 18K gold, silver, platinum, etc.
When gold jewelry loses its luster due to stains and dust infection, just put it in a neutral detergent (PH=7, such as detergent), soak and clean it in warm water, and then take it out and wipe it dry.
After the silver jewelry turns black, you can wipe it with a silver wiping cloth or use a toothpaste that does not contain particles.
Long-term wearing of metal jewelry will cause oxidation reaction, fading, blackening, etc. These are all normal phenomena and can be refurbished in gold shops.
Clean the metal jewelry that has not been worn for a long time and put it in a sealed bag to prevent oxidation and blackening.
Mainly refers to ordinary white diamonds, yellow diamonds, pink diamonds, etc.
Don't touch the diamond with your hands frequently. The diamond is lipophilic, and the oil on the skin will affect the diamond's luster and brightness.
Do not wear or place diamond jewelry together with other gems, because diamonds are very hard and will wear and tear other gems.
Although diamonds have high hardness, they are also brittle, so don't bump them.
When cleaning, use a small bowl or teacup to fill warm water, and adjust an appropriate amount of neutral detergent in the water (PH=7, such as detergent). Soak the diamond jewelry in water, brush gently with a toothbrush, rinse with warm water, and finally dry it with a soft lint-free cloth.
You can also get it to a gold shop and use ultrasonic cleaning (except for group-set diamonds).
Mainly refers to colored gems, rubies, sapphires, emeralds, tourmalines, garnets, etc.
Because of their different hardness/different types of colored gemstones should not be worn and placed together.
Some gems are afraid of losing moisture due to strong heat or wind, such as turquoise and opal, so avoid direct sunlight during storage, and avoid using hair dryers when wearing them.
For emeralds, tourmalines, and some gems with many inclusions, cracks or brittleness, and low hardness, do not use an ultrasonic machine to clean them to avoid damage or chipping of the gems.
Mainly refers to pearl, coral, amber, beeswax, etc.
Organic gems contain organic ingredients, and most of them are not high in hardness. Avoid bumping.
Keep away from heat sources (hot water, exposure to the sun, etc.) and acid and alkaline substances. Sweat, steam, and oily smoke can damage gems with pores (pearls, corals, etc.), so wear them in places with turbid gas, such as the kitchen.
Avoid using chlorine-containing tap water to clean the pearls. Purified water can be used. To wipe the pearls, you should use professional pearl jewelry wipes, preferably with a sheepskin or bead cloth to wipe the beads.
Avoid using ultrasound to clean pearls, because ultrasound will seriously damage pearl jewelry.
Mainly refers to jade, Hetian jade, chalcedony, and so on.
The best maintenance for jade is to wear it frequently. The oil naturally secreted by the human body can form a maintenance effect on the jade, which will make the jade appear brighter and brighter.
Avoid contact with dust, oily fume, and greasy jade.
Jade jewelry can be cleaned with warm water or detergent, just use a soft brush to gently scrub the jewelry, but it should not be soaked in detergent.
Jade should not be cleaned in an ultrasonic machine, nor should it be cleaned with strong soap or heat.