Jewelry should not be worn 24 hours a day or throughout the week. Remove jewelry when you do household chores, play sports or do other physical exercises to avoid scratching them. Even the hardest stones like diamonds can break if they are hit hard enough!
Be aware of the use of cosmetics, as chemicals in cosmetics can adversely affect the beauty of jewelry. Soaps, lotions, makeup powders, perfumes, sprays ... all have the ability to create stains that are difficult to wash on jewelry surfaces. Ideally, if you stick to these items on jewelry, you have to clean them right before they can react.
Never immerse jewelry in saline, detergent, especially chlorine bleach. These substances can corrode the grinding lines or reduce the gloss of jewelry, especially at high temperatures. It is therefore imperative not to wear ornamental jewelery when you swim in a chlorinated pool or when washing your clothes and scrubbing your belongings.
For silver jewelry, you absolutely do not have to come into contact with bleach, alcohol or acetone as these can cause very difficult to handle damage.
For stone jewelry, you should take care not to enter the environment with sudden temperature changes. Excessive temperature or sudden change can also cause the jewelery to burst. When exposed to excessive heat, some rocks lose the ability to absorb the moisture needed to create their natural beauty.
For example, in high temperatures, pearls are prone to dryness, dullness and fading; It can turn brown or white, appear scratches and may lose the ability to change color.
Sunlight is also a harmful element to the durability and color of stone jewelry. If exposed too much to the sun, some stones such as purple quartz, emerald, pink nacelle ... will become weak.
Pearls and ivory also fade if left too long in the sun, amber and many other stones are also at risk of tarnishing. So, to keep jewelery solid, avoid wearing jewelry when you are sunbathing or working long hours in the sun.
Wash your jewelry effectively
For jewelery without jewelery: All gold and silver jewelery can easily be cleaned by soaking in the chemicals available in jewelery. However, if your jewelery is decorated with stone, be careful because all of the cleaning chemicals can damage most rocks.
For silver jewelry, if it is coated with a rhodium coating, it will be tarnished for a long time and can easily be removed by soaking in the chemical.
You can also clean yourself with a simple silver method: Use an aluminum bar in a glass containing about 450ml of warm water and put in a little washing powder Tide, which does not contain detergent. Boric acid in the detergent reacts to the aluminum bar, the dull pigment produced on the silver product will be removed and adhered to the aluminum bar. Soak your silver jewelry in liquid for about 1 minute then rinse with water and wipe dry.
With stones: Diamonds have the ability to hold fat and under normal conditions, grease can easily grip the diamond surface. To remove this oil, dip the diamond in alcohol or vodka.
For phallette-shaped tablets, you can easily clean it by dipping it in a diluted soap or solution containing some ammonia, using a soft brush for gentle scrubbing if needed, then dry.
Bamboos, jade, lapis lazuri, jade ... and other decorative stones are very soft and easily break down, so be careful and gently wash them with a soft cloth. do not scratch them.