Handcrafted Jewelry Care
Want your jewelry to last? Some simple care can help your piece of jewelry last for a lifetime even if it is not sterling or 14K gold.
First, remember to remove your jewelry when showering or putting on lotions or perfumes. This also applies to going swimming. It’s also a good idea to removed them if you will be using any chemicals or even house cleaning solutions. You can purchase jewelry cleaning solutions to dip your jewelry into, but we do not recommend those for any jewelry pieces that have a sparkle accent. Use a cotton swab or soft cloth to clean.
Next, to clean your pieces, you can use a mild soap and some warm water. Be sure to rinse well and then pat dry. Always be sure your jewelry is dry before putting in storage.
You can polish with a soft cloth or chamois. Any of the metals in our jewelry (silver, gold, brass or copper) can tarnish or have water spots if not dried well.
It’s best to store your jewelry pieces in a dry container such as a plastic bag or air tight jewelry box.