Your jewelry is a valuable. Whether it has a monetary or sentimental value, or both, jewelry is special and precious. So how do you keep your jewelry looking for the best? Most people believe that a certain amount of wear and tear can be expected. This is not true. There are some simple steps you can take to ensure that your precious jewelry is in a perfect condition as the day you bought it.
One of the best way to keep your jewelry looks good to know when you wear it. Many people never take their jewelry off from sentimental reasons. But the fact is that there are many routine activities that can damage or even destroy your precious jewelry. Below are some of the best ways to keep your jewelry in a perfect condition and what to do and what don’t:
1. In addition to jewelry dirty gardening is one of the easiest ways to chip or loose precious stones and gold scratches or platinum jewelry. Remember that gold is a very soft metal and platinum, and about twice as much as gold, but it is easily scratched.
2. You should never wear jewelry while doing household cleaning! Many conventional cleaning solutions contain chemicals that can damage or discolor gems or metals. In addition, while work at home, you are sure to rub your jewelry from abrasive materials. When it comes to gold, even dust can be abrasive enough to cause damage.
3. Cleaning jewelry is actually a quite simple. The best way to clean jewelry by soaking it in warm water with a mild detergent or soap. Having your jewelry soak for three or four minutes, rinse it under running water (make sure the drain is closed), and then pat it dry with a soft, lint-free cloth or paper towel. You should clean your jewelry often do not have to take it to a jeweler on expensive and harmful cleaning methods.
4. One of the most common home remedies to clean jewelry is with a toothpaste. Absolutely you should never use toothpaste to clean jewelry! Toothpaste is abrasive. Although this is a good thing to clean plaque from teeth, it will scratch the gold and soft stones.
5. Ammonia is best used for diamonds, rubies, sapphires, but would hurt other precious stones. Ammonia should be used only for the unfilled diamonds. Fracture filled diamonds should never be cleaned in acidic solutions or ammonia.
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