Always remove your jewellery when applying perfume, scent and lotions, or even better, always put your jewellery on last when getting dressed. Avoid storing your pieces next to costume
jewellery. Store jewellery separately so that pieces do not scratch against each other.
Clean your jewellery in warm soapy water and a very soft toothbrush with as little rubbing as possible, ensuring that it is rinsed thoroughly and dried before storing.
GLOSSY FINISH JEWELLeRY
In case of pieces with a glossy finish, you can clean them with a soft cloth or even with a special polishing cleaning cloth widely sold in the market.
Gold Vermeil and gold plated
Never wear your gold vermeil jewellery in the shower or when swimming. The chlorine can permanently damage or discolor your gold vermeil jewellery. Gently clean it with a soft polishing cloth.
The molecular structure of a diamond makes it hard, however, they can still suffer scratches and fractures. Take care when wearing and storing your diamond jewellery, because it is possible to
scratch a diamond with another diamond. Clean them with warm soapy liquid and a soft toothbrush, rinsing the stone and ensure no soapy residue.
The surface of the oxidized silver jewellery has been intentionally darkened by introducing it to a chemical process. Oxidized finish has the longest life on pieces that come into minimal
contact with their surroundings, such as earrings and necklaces. Rings and bracelets tend not to hold their color quite as long. It is best to remove your oxidized silver jewellery before
aggressive contact and when showering or washing your hands to prolong the dark color.
In general, oxidized silver jewellery should not be cleaned with jewellery cleaning dips or polishing cloth that will strip the blackened surface. If a cleaning is necessary, just use a soft dish
detergent and soft toothbrush with as little rubbing as possible.