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Caring Sterling Silver
- Do not wear other metal jewelry when wearing silver, and remove the silver jewelry when doing rough work to avoid collision, deformation, or abrasion.
- Do not touch it too often with your hands, or even scratch the jewelry, so as not to damage the protective layer on the surface and accelerate its oxidation rate.
- Do not put it together with hair spray, perfume, skincare products, etc.
- Do not wear silver jewelry when swimming, close to seawater, hot springs, or sulfides, as it will oxidize, change color, and turn black that way.
- It is recommended to wear silver jewelry every day because the body oil can make it produce a natural luster.
- After each wearing, wipe the surface with a cotton cloth or tissue to remove water stains and dirt then store it in a sealed bag to avoid contact with air.
- Put each piece of gold jewelry independently in a different jewelry box or drawer to avoid scratches.
- Regularly clean the gold jewelry by immersing the gold jewelry in warm soap water, gently wipe off the grease with a soft brush, rinse with water, and dry with a hairdryer.
- Due to the high ductility of gold jewelry, try not to pull necklaces and other accessories frequently to avoid entanglement in the hair.
- When doing housework, it is best to remove the gold jewelry first because liquids such as detergent will dim the color of gold jewelry.
- Generally, gold jewelry is worn in the last step of dressing, because chemicals such as perfume and hair spray will damage gold jewelry.
- Do not swim with gold jewelry because salt water and chlorine water will also damage the gold jewelry.
Caring Cubic Zirconia
- Use a small bowl or teacup to fill warm water with an appropriate amount of neutral detergent in the water. Dip the CZ in water, brush it gently with a toothbrush, then cover it with a mesh sieve, and rinse it with warm running water. Finally, wipe it dry with a soft lint-free cloth.
- Use a small bowl or teacup to soak the CZ in water for about 30 minutes, then use a small brush to gently brush around the diamond before and after it, then wave it in the water for a while, take it out and dry it with a tissue.
- Buy a bottle of jewelry cleaning liquid, together with the complimentary container, and wash the diamonds according to the instructions.
- If your pearl jewelry gets wet, you should wipe it with a clean cloth to prevent the pearl from discoloring.
- While wearing pearl jewelry, do not let the pearl touch hard objects, so as not to damage the pearl.
- Pearls should not be exposed to acidic substances, such as those cosmetics, perfumes, etc., to prevent the pearl from fading.
- Pearls should also be cleaned regularly to prevent the pearl from being discolored by sweat, dust, etc., and it can be wiped clean with silicone oil.