• At first, remove your jewelries carefully. It’s important to prevent tangling or catching on clothing at the time of undressing.
  • Do not expose your jewelries to any harsh chemicals, water, soap, lotions, oil, cosmetics, perfumes, hair spray, etc. It’s really important to remove jewelries before going to bed.
  • Silver plating jewelries, copper jewelries and sterling silver jewelries will eventually tarnish due to the exposure to moist and Sulphur in the air. To prevent it from tarnishing, you can keep it clean by dabbing it (but not rubbing it) with soft cotton cloths and dry by using jewelry cloths and jewelry bags.
  • With regular exposure to the sun, jewelry color may fade. Light and heat can affect a stone’s durability and color, so it is important to limit exposure to extreme heat or scorching sun.
  • The best place to keep your jewelry is in dry, cool and dark place.
  • Jewelry should be the last thing to put on when you get dressed and the first thing to remove when you change your dress. It will to prevent the jewelries from getting tangled.
  • Use mild soapy water to clean your metal jewelry only if it doesn’t contain any gem, crystal or stone in it.
  • Never knock your jewelries against hard surfaces.
  • It’s important to give jewelry occasional day offs to avoid wear and tear.
  • Remove your jewelries at the time of bathing, swimming or showering.
  • Do not wear your jewelry at the time of workout, running, walking where you have chance of sweating.
  • Hang your jewelries on a jewelry stand or rack to avoid tangling, knots and scratches.