When we wear jewelry pieces, they happen to become a part of ourselves. They come in contact with the environment as well as your body. It’s inevitable that your pieces are going to suffer some wear and tear, or become dirty over time, so it’s important to know how to care for your pieces. Our skin PH level also plays in how fast your jewelry becomes discoloured, some people have high PH leven on their skin. No offense that’s a human body’s natural process.
If you want to make the most out of your jewellery and learn to take care of it in the best way you can, read on to find out exactly how to do this for gold filled material. Don’t forget – taking care of your jewellery is important!
- Using a soft cloth: Clean with a soft polishing cloth regularly. A soft cloth won’t scratch or be rough on the surface. Make sure to never leave chemical residues on your gold-filled pieces. Always wash them and polish again with a soft cloth to remove any excess of chemicals.
- Mild soapy water and a toothbrush: using a mild soap and a child’s soft brush can be a good combination for perfectly do the cleaning job. The mild soap can remove dirt residue from the pieces using the toothbrush. Make sure the toothbrush is soft, or it might scratch the pieces.
- Store your jewelry in our pouch to avoid humidity.
- RInse it with water after you swim in the ocean.
- Remove your jewellery when you work out: Sweat can damage your jewellery so we recommend taking off them when you are working out or swiming in the chlorine-based pool.
You can do these clean-up sessions whenever you see the shine dulling. But before cleaning, always check if your jewelry has gems and pearls in them. Strong liquid cleaners can harm your pearl and gems jewelry.
This article has motivated you to keep your pretty jewelry pieces even dearer to yourselves. We are already humbled in the hope to give your jewelry pieces a new life if you have followed any of the cleaning steps mentioned above. Happy re-shined jewelry to you all. ;)