Care Tips

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"Care Tips"

  • Gold's worst enemy is chlorine which can weaken gold's structure, eventually leading to breakage. So keep your gold jewellery away from chlorinated cleaning products and out of swimming pools and jacuzzis.
  • Keep gold jewellery away from household cleaning products which contain acids, abrasives and other harsh chemicals.
  • One effective way of cleaning gold rings and bracelets is to dissolve a sachet of an antacid, drop in your gold jewellery, keep it in for a few minutes and rinse under tap water until you have washed it all off.
  • Never use detergent, soap, toothpaste etc to clean your gold jewellery.
  • Take gold jewellery to a jeweller annually to have it checked for loose parts or other damage.
  • To protect your silver, always wrap it in jeweller's tissue and save it in a plastic zip lock bag and seal.
  • Real silver is a soft metal and can be damaged by a fingernail or even a wadded piece of fabric. Hence, avoid being too rough with it.
  • All silver is prone to oxidation when exposed to the atmosphere, and consequently it tarnishes.
  • Gently rub it with a silver cleaning cloth it will restore the original brilliance of the surface.
  • Do not use liquid cleaners for carved silver jewellery because the liquid dries into the engraving and spoils its look and glow.
  • Kundan jewellery is very prone to moisture which can cause damage, since the setting is very delicate and uses a lot of uncut diamonds. So, to keep them shining for longer, store your jewellery in a dry area.
  • While cleaning Kundan Jewellery, use warm non-detergent-based soapy water and wipe it dry with a soft cloth.
  • Wear jewellery after make-up while dressing, because cosmetics and perfumes can cause damage to delicate items.
  • Store Kundan jewellery in its own box or pouch to prevent scratching, chipping and entanglement.
  • Never clean damaged, cracked or broken jewellery, since the additional handling is likely to increase the problem. Repair it as soon as possible.
  • Clean diamond jewellery with a soft brush dipped in warm water and mild detergent, rinse under running water. Do not brush.
  • Do not handle diamond jewellery frequently because even oil from our skin can make it greasy and affect its look.
  • Store it separately, in a secure container with a fabric lining and cotton pads. This will help to minimize movement or hitting the sides of the storage container.
  • Do not wear diamond jewellery during any sports for the diamond may loosen up from its setting.
  • Take your ring off when doing anything requiring lots of work with your hands -- or involving water such as dishwashing or swimming, since it can make your fingers shrink.