Jewelry Care – How to Make Your Jewelry Last

My name is Cecilia, and I’m a jewelry expert! Do you ever wonder what you need to do to take good care of your jewelry? Well, I’m here with some tips to keep it clean and safe. Most watches are designed to resist water. They’re made with materials that aren’t affected by water, like rubber, nylon and Teflon… …to keep your watch safe if it gets wet.

Like when you wash your hands. I’m washing my hands. But that doesn’t mean they’re waterproof. So if there’s a chance for more than a splash or a spill, you should take it off. What’s better than a diamond ring? How about a ring with lots of diamonds? Rings with lots of stones, like clusters and pave, really sparkle! But it’s important to remember… it’s very important… these settings are extremely delicate, so you need to be extra careful to keep those preciousstones safe.

Hello. All gold is naturally yellow. So where does white gold come from? By adding other metals and using a little chemistry.
So if the color of your white gold begins to dull or yellow, don’t worry! This happens naturally over time. A simple process called rhodium plating can restore white gold to its original shine!

Sterling silver requires a little extra care to stay bright and shiny, too. Silver tarnishes naturally over time, from moisture in the air. It can even turn black! The good news is that tarnish can be easily removed with a soft cloth. Like my shirt.

Proper storage and cleaning can prevent it from happening. Tungsten carbide is really durable. It’s scratch proof and its polished finish never fades. But it’s not indestructible. If you hit it hard enough or drop it, you can damage the ring.

Well, there you have it. When it comes to taking care of your jewelry, it’s important to keep your facts straight. Straight! So when in doubt ask an expert like me! Thumbs up!

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