How To Look After Our Jewellery
Because our jewellery resembles more expensive jewellery and cost so much less, that doesn't mean they're any more durable than a precious version. As they are made of lower-grade materials, they are more susceptible to stains and chips. The most damaging substances to our jewellery is water and abrasive or caustic cleaning solutions. Proper care of them ensures they last for a long time.
- Take off our jewellery before entering water, including showers, bathtubs, swimming pools, spas and saunas, and before washing dishes. Do not wear the jewellery when swimming in lakes or the ocean. Moisture on our jewellery could leave dark water spots that are difficult to remove without damaging the finish of them.
- Remove our jewellery before using any type of household cleaning solution. Chemicals that come into contact with our jewellery corrode it, removing the finish and leaving a white residue.
- Put on our jewellery after applying perfume and hairspray, as these substances can build up on them and cause discoloration. In addition to dulling the shine, the ingredients in perfume and hairspray build up in the crevices of the jewellery, trapping dirt and dust. This creates a dark appearance difficult to remove if not cleaned regularly.
- We recommend you store our jewellery in a lined jewellery box to limit exposure to air, which can discolour it over time. Exposure to air causes most jewellery to tarnish, leaving dark stains on the metal surfaces.
- Avoid wearing our jewellery whilst exercising or during other activities that cause sweating. Sweat might discolour our range. The discoloration occurs when the sodium from perspiration dries on the jewellery. Over time, this sodium buildup causes an overall dullness to metal surfaces.
- Clean the jewellery on a regular basis to remove substances that could discolour it. Wash the jewellery with one drop of dish-washing liquid and water. Rinse the jewellery well, and dry completely with a towel.