Jewelry Care

Jewelry Care Guide

Take care of your beautiful jewelry – find out how with this “Jewelry Care Guide”.

Please remove your jewelry.

Believe it or not, taking care of your jewelry may occasionally require you to take it off, especially during the following activities:

  • Sports: Holding on to a tennis racket can be particularly detrimental to pearl-encrusted jewelry, especially if you are left-handed. As for taking your jewelry to the gym, lifting weights with your jewelry on can be dangerous. You don’t want heavy dumbbells touching your pearls.
  • Gardening: There is a risk of breaking your pearls or loosening your settings when doing heavy work in the yard.
  • Cleaning: It’s best not to wear jewelry while washing dishes: harsh chemical soaps or cleaners can stain jewelry. As for personalizing your jewelry, it’s best to take it off while washing your hands.
  • If you need to remove your jewelry while doing any of the above activities, make sure you have a safe and memorable place to put it.
  • Stay away from lotions, sunscreens and perfumes. These products can stain jewelry – it’s best to remove jewelry before using these products.
  • These products can stain jewelry and even corrode natural pearls. It is best to remove jewelry before using these products.
  • Check the setting regularly.
  • Most jewelry dealers recommend that you check the setting every six months to make sure nothing is loose.
  • DON’T SWIM IN THE OCEAN WHILE WEARING YOUR RING! Large movements loosen the jewelry from your fingers, and if you lose it in the deep blue sea, you’ll never see it again.
  • Be Careful In The Kitchen.Cookie Dough, Turkey Bread, Pie Crust …… Stirring with your fingers is a great thing. However, these foods can leave a film on the jewelry and affect its shine.
  • Don’t Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas – Chlorinated water can react with the metals in the jewelry, causing color changes and even structural damage. Therefore, it is best to remove jewelry before entering a pool or spa.
  • Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing – Remove all jewelry before bathing or cleansing. Soap can form a film that makes jewelry appear dull. By preventing the formation of this film, the number of repairs can be immediately reduced.
Keep It Clean.

Most jewelry stores will clean your jewelry for free, so take advantage of this courtesy. If you don’t have time to visit a jewelry store, there are ways to clean your jewelry at home.

JESLIA recommends using a mild detergent to clean the lotion buildup from the bottom of the setting. Simply scrub the top and bottom with a soft-bristled toothbrush, then rinse several times with hot water. For an extra shine, soak the ornament in a small bowl of ammonia diluted three times with water, then gently brush the top and bottom of the setting with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Dip the ornament back into the solution and then rinse it several times with warm water to make sure the solution is all washed out. You can place the ornament on a soft towel to dry, or gently pat it dry.

NOTE: Use a strainer if doing this on an open sewer!
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