Over time, all fine jewelry begins to lose its luster. Silver and other metals will eventually lose their luster. Adhering to a daily jewelry cleaning program and best practices for jewelry care can extend the life of your jewelry.

Here are how to take care of your jewelry, hope it can help you

1. Store your jewelry in a clean, dry space

This may seem like an obvious tip, but at the end of the day, we all feel guilty about throwing jewelry in a drawer or on a nightstand. It is best to store your jewelry in a fabric-lined box with compartments and dividers for your jewelry. If you don't have a jewelry box, be sure to wrap each piece of jewelry in soft tissue paper or paper before placing it in a drawer. This will prevent scratches and tangles. For sterling silver jewelry, have a tarnish-proof bag or tarnish-proof cloth to limit its exposure to air and moisture.

2. Take off your jewelry while exercising

  • It is best not to wear your ring while washing dishes: harsh chemical soaps or detergents can stain the ring.
  • Please take it off when doing heavy work, it may break your stone or knock the setting loose.

3. Avoid destructive chemicals

Hairsprays, lotions and perfumes can cause damage to certain types of metals and colored stones.

4. Don't wear jewelry in swimming pools and spas

Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result, it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa.

5. Don't swim in the ocean while wearing your ring

Cold water may shrink your fingers just enough to loosen the ring from your finger, and if you lose it in the deep blue sea, you won't be seeing it again.

6. Remove your jewelry before bathing

Take off all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, which can lead to a dull, shiny appearance. By preventing the formation of this film, you can immediately reduce your chances of maintenance.