How to care for jewelry?
For starters - remember to always remove your jewelry when cleaning and before going to bed.
Doing so will allow you to avoid mechanical damage to your favorite jewelry.
If this aspect is not taken care of, your jewelry may break.
Gold-plated silver, on the other hand, tries to protect it from makeup and water. Gold plating will naturally get brighter over time, but you can slow down this process by following the general rules of jewelry care.
It's also worth remembering to clean your silver jewelry. Silver-plated and gold-plated jewelry can become dull or blotchy due to a variety of factors – but this is easy to remove.
How to clean gold and silver jewelry at home? It's best to buy a special, soft silver cleaning cloth, which can be found at jewelry stores.
Jewelry in discolored areas should be wiped gently.
The darkening of silver is completely natural and is caused by its chemical properties.
Sulfur compounds in the air help this process and they react with the silver to form dark deposits on the surface of the jewelry,
all you need is a special cloth to remove the silver deposits.
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