*$* Jewelry Care Tips *$*

Sterling Silver
   
   Sterling Silver is an alloy of silver. It containing 92.5% by mass silver &
   7.5% mass of other metal. That’s why it called 925 Sterling Silver. The
   other metal can make precious metal strong enough to work and wear.
   Without them, fine silver would be too soft as a metal for everyday of
   jewelry. All sterling silver jewelry will age and tarnish naturally. And also
   tarnishes quickly when it come into contact with oxygen. Please take note
   that silver is very soft so the best way to clean it is using a jewelry
   polishing cloth to do cleaning when it is tarnish. To further reduce the
   tarnishing effect, if possible please store your jewelry in a zip lock plastic
   bag to avoid direct contact with the air.

Stainless Steel

   Stainless Steel jewelry will tarnish overtime but it won’t be rust. It also does
   not tarnish as far as the silver but it’s depends you how to take care your
   jewelry. All jewelry are better avoid direct contact chemical like perfume,
   lotion or wear it when swimming. And remember before store in the box
   have to clean it with polishing cloth after every time wearing.

Brass & Bronze
 
   Brass & Bronze will become darken with wearing, it depending on our
   body chemistry. Try to avoid your brass or bronze wet. If your jewelry
   become darker then can use Abigail toothpaste with soft cloth try to clean
   it.
Gold
  • Yellow gold: yellow gold is what most of us think of when we picture traditional gold jewelry. It’s often a mix of pure gold with silver, copper, and zinc. It’s the most hypo-allergenic and requires the least amount of maintenance of all the types of gold.
  • White gold: white gold is an alloy of gold with nickel or palladium, zinc and copper. It’s a popular type of gold as it’s affordable and in-line with the white-metal trend. White gold is more durable and scratch resistant than traditional yellow gold.
  • Rose gold: rose gold is having a moment right now in the jewelry industry. Its “not quite gold, but not quite pink” color comes from alloying gold with copper. This results in a variety of blush pink tones that are all the rage with women of all ages right now! Because of the copper content, it’s more durable than yellow and white gold.
    • Gold is a soft metal: while gold has a shine and a luster all its own, it’s also a soft metal. This makes is susceptible to dings, scratches, and dents. Be mindful of your gold rings, watches, and bracelets while you wear them and remove them while playing any high-contact sports.
    • Chlorine is gold’s worst enemy: with repeated exposure, chlorine will weaken your gold jewelry’s structure and eventually lead to it breaking. Make sure to take your jewelry off before getting in a pool or spa.
    • Cover or remove while cleaning: household cleaners with acids or abrasives will damage your jewelry’s finish. Be sure to use rubber gloves while cleaning (we recommend doing this anyway to protect your skin) or remove your jewelry altogether.
    • Put your jewelry on last when getting ready: makeup, perfume, hairspray, and lotions can damage your gold. Be sure to put these things on before your jewelry to limit the exposure.
    • Take jewelry off before bathing: wearing jewelry while you bathe can lead to a buildup of soap which will cause a film on your jewelry.