Silver and Semi-Precious Gemstone Jewellery – The Ultimate Care Guide
How to Care For Your Jewellery
Storage of Your Jewellery
Hold silver ornaments out of the air and light when stored to prevent tarnishing. A shielding jewelry pouch, a lined box or just sheathing in tissue or soft cloth are all suitable.
Every piece of ornaments should be saved in a separate chamber to prevent scraping as a result of pieces hitting together.You can also purchase Gift for Anyone and Anytime.
Gem-set ornaments will undoubtedly contain gemstones which are harder than silver and will, therefore, scratch the surface of the silver if permitted to jangle together. This holds true for gold as well.
General Care in Wear
Manage your ornaments with loving care and regard and it will stay young looking – like most women.
Washing Up, Spring Cleaning or DIY?
Remove your ornaments when taking out brushing or other chores. Cleaning fluids can destroy both the metal and the gemstones. A miss-hit with the hammer could end a beautiful connection with not just your engagement ring.
Learn to put your jewelry on after practicing make-up and the hairspray and avoid communication with fragrance.
Remove all jewels before entering a chlorinated pool. If you’re contemplating a sauna, remove all ornaments as it will hurt you when it warms up. Many gemstones are destroyed by prolonged exposure to heat.
Going on holiday?
Maximum of us grow off the beach on the first day with the 3 s’s all achieved – rings caked in sand, sea salt, and suntan lotion.Nude sunbathing, as far as silver and gold jewelry is concerned, is a must!Remember also that sand will scratch the surface of precious metals.
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