In general, put on your jewelry after applying beauty products such as lotions and perfumes. Ideally, jewelry should be removed before swimming or working with abrasive cleaners or chemicals.
Fine silver and sterling silver are quick to oxidize and therefore require regular cleaning. To get the shine back, use a polishing cloth; a little toothpaste with a rag also works. A toothbrush and a mild detergent will easily remove signs of tarnish.
Clean your jewelry gently with a soft polishing cloth. 14k and 18k gold does not oxidize. With black rhodium gold, avoid ultrasonic cleaning or any form of liquid cleaning solution. Clean it with a mild detergent mixed with water.
Clean your jewelry gently with a soft polishing cloth. Platinum does not oxidize. Clean it with a mild detergent mixed with water.
Diamonds & Gemstones
Clean your gemstone fine jewelry gently with a soft polishing cloth. Feel free to remove grit with a little warm water, a mild detergent and a toothbrush. For a deeper clean, do have it professionally cleaned by an ultrasonic cleaning with your local jeweler.
Pearls are of their own delicate nature and need a little more care. Unlike other gemstones, pearls are softer and, therefore, more vulnerable to acids, alkaline, and extreme humidity levels. Perspiration can also be harmful to pearls and can cause the pearl's luster to dull.
With pearls, just wipe with a soft cloth after wear. Please avoid ultrasonic machines or any form of liquid cleaning solution to maintain your pearl jewelry’s natural glow and protect it.
Avoid exposure to cosmetics, hairspray or perfume. Avoid dipping pearls in water or wearing them while bathing as water can weaken the silk thread.