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Jewellery Care Guide

We create jewels to keep forever. However, to keep them beautiful they require proper care.

We do not wear jewellery when we do manual work
            We do not wear jewelry when doing manual work because it can be destroyed, damaged by others, and come into contact with chemicals or other cleaning liquids that will change its color.

We do not wear jewellery when we play
            We do not wear jewellery when we are sporting to ensure their safety from a potential damage, but also our own and our injury co-workers. The production of sweat creates metal in the blur.

We do not wear jewellery when we sleep
            During sleep, we do not control our movements, so we can inadvertently injure our jewelry or injure us.

We do not wear jewellery before makeup
            All kinds of cosmetics, such as lacquers, perfumes and lotions may contain ingredients that can damage your jewelry. So, wear your jewels after applying these products in order to limit their exposure to them.

We do not wear jewellery when we take a bath
           We do not wear jewellery when bathing in the shower, the sea or the pool. Hot water in combination with your shower foam can damage the jewellery. Seawater causes dazzling jewellery and deprives them of their natural glow. All pools use chlorinated water that may react with your jewellery's metals and cause discoloration or even minor injuries. Finally, there is a risk of losing the jewellery in a wave or a sudden dip.

Proper storage of jewellery       
            When we do not wear our jewels we carefully store them in separate boxes or wrapped in cloths or sachets or sorted in the various cases of special cases. We never place them in casettes on top of each other because scratches and scratches will be created on precious stones, pearls and metals. Irreparable damage can have chains that get confused with each other and stay for a long time confused (one way to get it out is to get a little powder).

We check the bindings and snaps before we put our jewels.
            We wear them and we always remove them carefully to avoid scratches, dents or scuffs in jewelry that can be flexible such as some bracelets or necklaces.

Jewellery Cleaning

Use jewelry cleaning cloths for best results
If you want to polish your jewels better do it with a special jewel cleaning cloth. You can use any other kind of cloth, but you will not get the best results. Better avoid using paper or napkins because it can cause scratches from the various fibers they may contain.
 Clean your jewels with Care
In order to maintain the status of your jewelry you can try to clean it yourself. But you have to be careful. You can buy a commercial cleaning product from a jeweler or try alcohol with miracles. Under no circumstances should you use bleach or a similar product because it can damage your jewellery.
Use lukewarm water to clean the jewellery
In any case, when cleaning your jewels, use luke warm water. If you use hot water, it can cause a reaction between the cleaning product and water due to the high temperature and cause discoloration of the jewellery.
Avoid cleaning damaged jewellery
In any case, never try to clean a jewellery that has been engraved, spoiled or broken. By applying any cleaning product it is likely that the damage will be aggravated. Better put it aside for repair.
Regularly inspect your jewellery
Like everything else, it's a good idea to give your jewellery cleaned professionally, as well as being inspected and inspected for any damage. This avoids further damage or loss and keeps all your jewellery in excellent condition.