Jewelry Care Instruction

    Jewelry Care Instructions


    1. Regular Cleaning: Gently wipe your jewelry with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove dirt, oils, and fingerprints after each wear.
    2. Deep Cleaning: Periodically, soak your jewelry in a bowl of warm, soapy water (mild dish soap) for a few minutes. Use a soft-bristle brush or a toothbrush to clean hard-to-reach areas. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and pat dry with a clean cloth.
    1. Separate Pieces: Store each piece of jewelry separately to prevent scratching and tangling. Consider using individual jewelry pouches or boxes.
    2. Avoid Moisture: Keep your jewelry dry; moisture can cause tarnishing and damage. Avoid storing it in the bathroom or humid environments.
    3. Anti-Tarnish Strips: Place anti-tarnish strips or silica gel packets in your jewelry storage to help prevent tarnish and moisture buildup.


    1. Remove During Activities: Remove jewelry before swimming, showering, exercising, or applying cosmetics, perfumes, or lotions. Chemicals and sweat can harm your jewelry.

    Gemstones and Metals:

    1. Precious Stones: Be cautious when cleaning jewelry with gemstones. Some may require special care or professional cleaning.
    2. Silver Jewelry: Silver can tarnish over time. Use a silver polishing cloth to restore its shine.
    3. Gold and Platinum: These metals are relatively low-maintenance but may benefit from occasional professional cleaning and polishing.

    Repairs and Maintenance:

    1. Regular Inspections: Periodically inspect your jewelry for loose stones, clasps, or any damage. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.
    2. Professional Care: Consider having your jewelry professionally cleaned and inspected by a jeweler at least once a year.

    Special Care for Specific Jewelry Types:

    1. Pearls: Wipe pearls with a soft, damp cloth after each wear. Avoid exposing them to harsh chemicals or extreme heat.
    2. Watches: Follow the manufacturer's instructions for battery replacement and maintenance.


    1. Travel Case: Use a jewelry travel case with compartments or pouches to protect your jewelry while traveling.

    Remember that jewelry care can vary depending on the materials and design of your pieces. Always consult the care instructions provided by the jeweler or manufacturer if available. Following these guidelines will help keep your jewelry looking beautiful for years to come. Wish you could have a shinning jewelry for ever.