Product Care

1. Silver-Plated Jewelry:

Silver-plated jewelry is a beautiful and cost-effective option, but it requires proper care to maintain its luster:

  • Avoid Moisture: Keep your silver-plated jewelry dry. Remove it before swimming, bathing, or any water-related activities to prevent tarnishing.
  • Storage: Store your silver-plated pieces in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight, to reduce the risk of tarnish.
  • Cleaning: Gently clean with a soft cloth to remove dirt and oils after each wear. Avoid abrasive cleaners that can scratch the plating.
  • Polishing: Periodically polish your silver-plated jewelry with a silver-polishing cloth to restore its shine.

2. Gold-Plated Jewelry:

Gold-plated jewelry is a stunning choice, but it requires delicate handling to preserve its beauty:

  • Avoid Abrasion: Minimize contact with hard or abrasive surfaces to prevent scratching or wearing off the gold plating.
  • Chemicals: Avoid contact with harsh chemicals, such as perfumes, lotions, and cleaning agents, which can cause the plating to fade.
  • Cleaning: Clean gently with a soft, damp cloth to remove surface dirt. Avoid using abrasive or chemical cleaners.
  • Storage: Store gold-plated jewelry in a jewelry box or pouch to protect it from moisture and air.

3. General Care for Plated Jewelry:

Regardless of the metal plating, some general care tips apply:

  • Layering: Avoid wearing plated jewelry in direct contact with other jewelry pieces to prevent friction and scratching.
  • Remove Before Activities: Remove plated jewelry before engaging in strenuous activities, such as sports or heavy lifting.