1. Silver or Gold Jewelry
- Avoid long-term contact with water and chemicals: Silver/gold jewelry is easy to get moist and oxidized, so try to avoid long-term contact with water and chemicals such as detergents, perfumes, cosmetics, etc.
- Regular cleaning: Regularly use a soft cloth to wipe the silver/gold jewelry clean and use a silver/gold jewelry-specific cleaner to clean it, which can effectively prevent the silver/gold jewelry from oxidizing and turning black.
- Careful wearing: When wearing silver/gold jewelry, avoid rubbing against hard objects to avoid scratching the surface of the silver/gold jewelry.
- Place in a dry and ventilated place: Silver/gold jewelry is prone to moisture and oxidation, and should be placed in a dry and ventilated place to avoid direct sunlight.
- Use anti-oxidation packaging bags for storage: Putting silver/gold jewelry in anti-oxidation packaging bags for storage can extend the life of the silver/gold jewelry.
2. Stainless Steel Jewelry
- Not easily corroded, but still need to avoid contact with chemicals.
- Do not store stainless steel jewelry with other metal jewelry to prevent oxidation reaction.
- Use a soft cloth to wipe stainless steel jewelry regularly to keep it clean and shiny.
- Can be treated with water and is rust-resistant.
Generally speaking, all jewelry should take attention to avoiding contact with chemical substances, keeping them clean, and wiping them regularly. Especially for gold and silver jewelry, more careful use and maintenance are required. Water/chemicals/perspiration damage to gold and silver jewelry is not covered by our warranty.