How to clean customs jewelry

How to clean costume jewelry

Dab a cloth into a sudsy solution of dish soap and water and gently wipe any smudges or grime. Then rinse with a cloth dampened in plain water. Pat dry and lay the pieces upside down so moisture won't soak into the setting. Because stones are often glued on rather than set, don't soak costume pieces in water or the glue could loosen and the “gems” could pop off.

How to properly care for your jewelry

  • Remove rings when washing your hands, applying beauty products, cleaning the house, or applying lotions to keep the settings grime-free.
  • Don’t wear jewelry while swimming — chlorine and salt water can damage it.
  • Wipe pearls with a soft cloth after each wear to remove body oils and perfume that can yellow them.
  • Don't let silver sit in your jewelry box — wear it! It becomes shinier the more it's worn (the friction slows down tarnishing). When you’re not wearing it, store pieces in an anti-tarnish bag.
  • Get valuable jewelry checkedregularly by a reputable jeweler to make sure the stones are in good shape and the settings are secure.


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