Monday, April 16, 2012

Care For Your Cherished Jewelry

 Jewelry is  one of the most historic and very long-lasting ornamental. Jewelry is worn by millions of people every day, but only few know how they can preserve their treasures by using some simple advanced planning and thought. Caring for jewelry is a necessary part of owning the jewelry with proper care. By following this will bring you, continued satisfaction of over the years.

 Gold jewelry pieces make up the majority, of many fine jewelry collections over the years. Gold comes in many different styles and colors, but the care and cleaning procedure remains the same.

 Basic Guide line 

When  performing  manual tasks Which includes  kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals like hairspray, perfumes ,cosmetics and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry.

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 swimming pool or spa. 

        If you prefer to use ordinary boxes, wrap each piece individually in soft tissue paper or soft velvet cloth.

         Don't jumble your jewelry pieces in a drawer or jewelry case, these can scratch each other and may leave some ugly marks on your jewelry pieces.

 Check your jewelry for scratches or other damage, and take it to your jeweler they may able to repair it.
        Store your jewelry in a clean and dry place.

         Keep your jewelry in a fabric-lined jewelry case or in a box with compartments and dividers.

         Remove all gold jewelry before showering, soap making it appear dull and dingy.

        Some tips to clean your jewelry

     You'll find many commercial cleaners available. In addition  or by using soap and water mixed with a few drops of ammonia and Carefully use brush with a soft bristle or soft  toothbrush can also be used. After the brushing, simply rinse with lukewarm water and allow  to dry.

        You will find a soft cloth an effective and inexpensive way to keep your pieces lustrous and shining.

         Be careful when removing your jewelry to wash
         Do not leave your jewelry on the rim of a sink where it can easily slip down the drain.

         Be careful of chlorine. Chlorine, especially at high temperatures, can permanently damage or discolor your gold jewelry.

         Do not wear gold jewelry while using chlorine bleach or while in a pool or hot tub.

         Do not leave your jewelry on the rim of a sink where it can easily slip down the drain.

  Diamonds            Diamonds are durable, but they still require proper maintenance.   Diamonds can get smudged, soiled and dusty. Lotions, powders, soaps, even natural skin oils, film on diamonds and cut down their brilliance.

 Clean diamonds "glow" because the maximum amount of light can enter the stone and return in a fiery brilliance. It takes just a little care to keep them that way.
  •        Soak diamonds for twenty minutes or so within a solution crafted from a number of sections drinking water and something aspect ammonia to get a glimmering sparkle.

  •       Scrub them a very soft dampened toothbrush permits cleanup of hard to get to places, 
  •          like within the gem or around the prongs.

  •          To free of moisture it using a very soft fabric to maintain it shining and looking new.

  •         Do not wear diamond jewelry, especially rings, when doing rough work. Even though diamond is one of the hardest materials in nature, it can still be chipped by a sharp, sudden blow.

  •         Chlorine can damage and discolor the mounting on your diamond jewelry. Keep your diamond away from chlorine bleach or other household chemicals.

  •         You should also remove your diamond jewelry before entering a chlorinated pool or hot tub.

  • Clean your diamonds regularly using a commercial jewelry cleaner, water with mild detergent. 

  • Dip the jewelry into the solution and use a soft brush to dislodge dust or dirt from under the setting.

  • Avoid touching your clean diamonds with your fingers. Handle clean jewelry by its edge.

·         Be careful where you store your cultured pearl jewelry. Metal and other materials can damage the surface of the cultured pearl.

         Cleaning cultured pearls need only soap and water. Other cleaning agents may damage your pearls.

         Remove traces of cosmetics before placing it in its storage place.

        Wrap your pearl jewelry in a tissue or other suitable device before placing it in its storage place.

        You should take your cultured pearl jewelry back to your restringing once a year

I never worry about diets.The only carrots that interest me are the number of carats in a diamond :)


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