Good fine jewellery should provide you with a lifetime of pleasure. Follow the tips below for cleaning jewellery to ensure your jewellery stays in top condition for years.
Why is fashion jewel tarnish and how will you eliminate it?
That nasty black colour is brought on by sulphur in the atmosphere reacting with all the silver. We’ve heard of a great deal of methods to clean sterling silver including soaking your silver in lemonade; gently rubbing your silver jewellery having a toothbrush and toothpaste; using vinegar and placing your jewellery in denture water – the bubbles apparently lift the dirt away!
However, all you have to do is to gently clean K gold ring with very mild soap and water and rinse well. Then pat dry thoroughly having a lint free soft cloth like felt. Don’t use 59dexupky paper towel because the fibres can scratch the silver.
When your silver jewellery is only slightly tarnished, then you only have to buff your silver jewellery with a lint free soft cloth like felt to renew its brightness.
Everyday products like perfumes, body lotion, hairspray and cosmetics may damage your silver jewellery. As can the chlorine from a pool or jacuzzi. And always take your silver jewellery off before you plunge in to the sea, take a bath or shower, or doing any exercising. Household chemicals can be particularly bad for silver. So remove your silver jewellery before doing the housework – or get those rubber gloves out!
Store jewellery production video within a dry, cool place. While keeping individual pieces separate so that they don’t knock against or scratch the other person. Keeping your sterling silver pieces covered with acid-free tissue paper, placed within a sealed polythene bag is good.