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You love your jewelry and you wear it every day, so it is normal that it lives and ages at the rhythm of your life. It is inevitably bound to suffer some knocks, scratches and other inconveniences whatever its material. This is why it is important to pamper him and treat him with the greatest care. Here are some maintenance tips so that you can enjoy it for as long as possible:

  • Be sure to store your jewelry individually away from light in its original packaging to avoid friction with other pieces.
  • Take it off to sleep and during physical activities.
  • Avoid contact with water, perfume and cosmetics
  • Regularly rub your jewelry with a small chamois or soft cloth.

Silver 925

What is 925 silver?

925/1000 silver, also called solid silver, is a precious metal widely used in jewelry. It is composed of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, most often copper. This alloy makes silver harder and thus easier to work with.

How to maintain it?

Non-rhodium-plated silver will inevitably tarnish and blacken over time. Its oxidation is a natural phenomenon which only takes place on the surface of the material and in no way alters the quality of the product. The acidity of the skin of the person wearing the jewelry is one of the factors that accelerates its aging. Fortunately, it is very easy to restore its shine by cleaning it regularly with a soft cloth or chamois. You can also use a product suitable for silverware, available in supermarkets. Finally, avoid wearing your jewelry in the shower and putting it in contact with chemicals. If it has come into contact with water, be sure to dry it well.

Gold plated

What is gold plated?

Gold plated corresponds to a minimum thickness equivalent to 3 microns of gold deposited on a resistant metal (copper, zinc, brass, silver). Gold-plated jewelry has the advantage of being very similar to jewelry made from pure gold with the advantage of being much less expensive.

How to maintain it?

Gold plated jewelry can tarnish and chip over time, so it requires special attention on a daily basis. Avoid wearing them when doing the dishes or other household chores, take them off before taking a shower and remember to store them in their original packaging. When your jewelry begins to tarnish, you can leave it to soak in lukewarm water with Marseille soap to give it a second lease of life.

Avoid using :

  • Toothbrushes with too hard bristles
  • Abrasive sponges
  • Very acidic products (unless diluted a lot)
  • Powdered products, even baking soda, if it is not dissolved
  • Silverware products and other chemicals.

And as a general rule, avoid any overly intensive cleaning, which could damage the veneer.