To keep your jewelry looking beautiful and lasting, regular care and handling are key. Cleaning jewelry depends on the material from which it is made. Here are some general tips for cleaning different types of jewelry:

Sterling silver jewelry: Use a soft microfiber cloth to wipe silver. For stubborn stains, you can use a commercially available silver cleaning solution, or make a paste by mixing warm water and baking soda. Avoid using bleach, ammonia or other harsh chemicals that can damage silver.

Stainless steel jewelry: Use a microfiber cloth to wipe steel and make it shine. Some homemade tricks include rubbing the jewelry with toothpaste and water to make it shine even more. Don't forget to rinse!

Pearl jewelry: Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe pearls. Avoid using soapy water or any other chemical product, as this can damage the pearls. Pearls are sensitive to acidity, so avoid exposing them to cleaning products or perfumes.

Plated jewelry: Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe plated jewelry. Avoid using water or harsh chemicals, as these can damage the plating.

You can also use our chemical-free microfiber cleaning cloths, perfect for cleaning our jewelry and restoring its shine.

Handling tips for all jewels:

1. Try to store your jewelry separately to avoid rubbing and tangling.

2. Don't take a bath or shower with your jewelry.

3. Apply your creams and perfumes before putting on your jewelry.

4. Remove your jewelry during strenuous physical activity.

5. Store your jewelry away from sunlight and humidity.