How to Keep Your Jewels Looking New

We can all imagine the joy and excitement a new piece of  jewelry can bring us. You want to wear it as much as you can and show everyone you know. To go along with it, you want it to sparkle and look as new as when it was first purchased.

Luckily, there are a few things you can do to keep your jewelry sparkling as much as when it first came into your life.

Remove Them

One of the easiest ways to take care of your jewelry pieces is by taking them off whenever you are working on something manually, especially when these tasks involve fluids. You need to be extra careful when dealing with lotions, perfumes, and hairsprays. Strong chemicals found in soap and bleach should never touch your precious jewelry. These chemicals can cause the material to break down, permanently damaging your pieces.


Use Cleaning Products

The simplest way to clean your jewelry is by applying lukewarm water on the surface and then gently brushing it with a soft-bristled toothbrush. There are also clothes especially dedicated to wiping away fluid. Some of these are used for jewelry that needs delicate cleaning, such as silver and rose-gold. It’s important to remember to clean your jewelry every night for optimal results.

Buy Quality Jewelry

Each material in your jewelry changes after a time of use. How quickly it changes or degrades depends mostly on how well the jewelry was made. No matter how well you take care of a product, if the build quality and materials used are not that great, it simply will not last long. For this reason, it is advisable to buy quality jewelry from reputable sellers. Sellers that sell jewelry with the thickness of 1 to 2 microns (1-2 millimeters) can guarantee you a superb product.

For more jewelry care practices, e-mail or contact the Elizabeth Diamond Company at (866) 434-8244 for more details.

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