CARING FOR FASHION JEWELLERY
Fashion jewellery is typically made from non-precious metals and materials, such as brass, copper, and acrylic, and may also contain rhinestones or other imitation gemstones. Even though our jewellery is made to last and is made from high quality material, it is still important to take proper care of fashion jewellery to maintain its appearance and prevent damage. Here are some tips:
- Keep your jewellery dry and avoid exposure to moisture. Remove your jewellery before swimming, showering, or participating in activities that may cause it to get wet. Moisture can cause metals to oxidize and tarnish, and can also damage some materials, such as acrylic.
- Store your jewellery in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight and heat. Store each piece separately to prevent scratching and tangling.
- Avoid contact with chemicals, such as perfume, hairspray, and lotions, which can cause damage or discolouration to your jewellery. Apply these products before putting on your jewellery, and make sure they are fully dry before wearing your jewellery.
- When not wearing your jewellery, keep it in a jewellery box or pouch to protect it from scratches and damage. Avoid leaving your jewellery out in the open, as it can become damaged or tangled.
- Be careful when handling your jewellery, especially when putting it on or taking it off. Avoid pulling or twisting delicate chains or clasps, and handle your jewellery gently to prevent damage.
CARING FOR ANTI-TARNISH JEWELLERY
Stainless steel jewellery is known for its durability and resistance to tarnish, but it still requires proper care to maintain its appearance and prolong its lifespan. Stainless Steel, Anti-Tarnish jewellery is low maintenance and have a longer lifespan than regular fashion jewellery, but to keep it at its best, here are some tips for caring for your stainless steel jewellery:
- Keep it clean and dry: To prevent dirt and grime from building up on your jewellery, it is important to clean it regularly with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid using abrasive materials that can scratch the surface of your jewellery.
- Avoid exposure to chemicals: Stainless steel jewellery is generally resistant to chemicals, but prolonged exposure to certain substances can still cause damage.
- Handle it with care: Although stainless steel is a durable material, it is still susceptible to scratches and damage. Be careful when handling your jewellery and avoid exposing it to unnecessary wear and tear.
- Try not to sleep with your jewellery on as it can lead to tangling and it could damage dainty jewellery, as it might get caught in the threads of your bed sheet/pillow covers.
By following these simple care instructions, you can keep your stainless steel jewellery looking great for years to come.