Proper care and maintenance of your jewelry is essential to keep it looking beautiful and to ensure its longevity. Follow these guidelines to keep your jewelry in pristine condition:


Regular cleaning is important to remove dirt, oils, and other substances that can dull the appearance of your jewelry. Use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe your jewelry after each wear. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that can damage the metal or gemstones.


When not wearing your jewelry, store it in a clean, dry place. Avoid exposing your jewelry to moisture, extreme temperatures, or direct sunlight, as these can cause damage. It is recommended to store each piece of jewelry separately to prevent scratching or tangling.

Avoiding Damage

Take precautions to prevent damage to your jewelry:

  • Avoid wearing jewelry while engaging in activities that may expose it to chemicals, such as swimming or cleaning.
  • Remove jewelry before participating in sports or any physical activities that may cause impact or excessive movement.
  • Avoid exposing jewelry to harsh substances, such as perfumes, lotions, or hairsprays, as they can tarnish or corrode the metal.
  • Be cautious when wearing jewelry with delicate gemstones or settings, as they may be more prone to damage.

Professional Maintenance

Periodically, it is recommended to have your jewelry professionally inspected and cleaned by a jeweler. They can identify any potential issues, such as loose stones or worn prongs, and perform necessary repairs to maintain the integrity of your jewelry.

  1. Remove your jewelry before doing any activities that risk physical damage. Jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you remove.
  2. Store your jewelry in a safe dry place to protect against the elements of daily exposure. If you have a jewelry box store your jewelry safely in the box.
  3. Proactive maintenance is the easiest way to care for your jewelry. Regularly clean your jewelry with a micro fiber cloth (gently) and if it needs more care, simply use a detergent free soap or a few drops of regular detergent, use a soft brush and gently clean your jewelry.