CLEANING FOR STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
Clean your sterling silver jewellery with a soft cotton (100%) cloth or flannel cloth and gently rub off any excess makeup. Remember, silver is a very soft metal and you can scratch it . If you are not careful then do not rubbish it very quickly. Never use anything, but clean a 100% cotton or also use very soft brush or a cleaning special sterling silver cloth, such as child toothbrush or a horsehair silver brush. Paper, polyester or coarse fabrics are often wood fibers or synthetics which can produce small scratches on the surface of your fine sterling silver jewelry. The dirt made from the previous cleaning can scratch the surface too.
Note:- We recommend that you do not use silver dips for removing oxidation from your silver jewelry because it will issue the microscopic pits which will make it darken faster. Instead, concentrate on preventing the prevention of storing your jewelry in a locked box or poly bags because the silver will be tarnish when exposed to air.
CLEANING FOR RHODIUM PLATED SILVER
Care rhodium plated silver with hot water and a light liquid soap. To avoid mineral residue from water, immediately reins and dry with a soft polishing cloth.
Avoid using any chemicals on your rhodium plated items. Never use toothpaste and never brush with a toothbrush. Do not use polishing cloths that are used for uncoated silver or for gold jewellery. Do not keep in the ultrasonic cleaner. Never use any kind of abrasives. Never use silver dips. Never use ammonia-based products. If you have any ancient and heritage, do not clean it on your item without consulting a specialist.
CARING FOR GEMSTONES
Gemstones are quite harsh in the form of a rock, but they can be damaged by careless handling and negligence. Some tips for keeping your gems and jewelry are great for visiting here.
Remember, even the hardest gemstone can be weak to dissolve if it contains something that weakens the crystal structure. Use common sense: If you have a soft gems variety or a ring set with an include stone, take it off before strenuous exercise. Even the hardest gems of them all, diamond, can be broken in two with a well-kept shock.
All biotic gems should only be wiped clean with a soft cloth, pearl, coral, and amber are an example of biotic gems. A home ultrasonic cleaner should be used with extreme caution and only by those people who know how and how it can be used on the gemstone. For example, it can be used with ruby, sapphire, and amethyst, however, it can be damage jewels gems like as emerald, turquoise, and pearl.
Never Using Toothbrushes: Some gemstone is delicate, not too hard or durable as a diamond. Diamond, rubies, and sapphire are the hardest gemstones, but they should be treated gently even during cleaning. Never use a toothbrush to clear a gemstone, as ridges can remove the surface of the gemstone with small scratches. Over time they will lose the shine and glow.
Never Using Soaking Porous Stone: Pearls, opal, and turquoise should not be soaked in the water these gemstones are porous and will soak up the water they are placed in. To clean porous stones, gently wipe them with a damp, clean cloth.
CLEANING FOR STAINLESS STELL
Stainless steel jewellery won’t rust but it can tarnish over time. Steel jewelry does not tarnish as fast as silver jewellery, but the rate of tarnish depends on how it is used. With any jewellery the best way to avoid contact with any chemicals is to keep it cleaner for a long time. Steel jewellery is easy to clean, you can use the mild dishwashing liquid and wipe with a soft cloth. Steel jewellery is very durable and can withstand a lot of wear and tear, as opposed to silver which is a very fine metal.