How to care for your beads bracelet
Remember this is fashion jewelry. This jewelry can last years if you take proper care.
- Treat your jewelry as if it were an heirloom.
- Remove jewelry when performing manual tasks (gardening, housework, or exercise) to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids.
- Apply cologne, lotion or any type of cosmetic product before you dress.
- Avoid swimming or showering while wearing your jewelry.
- Avoid exposing your jewelry to chlorine, salt water, or other corrosive substances.
- Avoid exposing your jewelry to household cleaning products.
- When you remove your jewelry, wipe it with a clean soft cotton or flannel cloth to remove perspiration, oils, or other air pollutants which might contain chlorine or sulfur.
- Use only a clean soft cloth, a soft brush, or a polishing cloth to clean your jewelry.
- Don’t use silver polish or dipping solutions as they will remove the finish.
- Inspect your jewelry regularly for damage or potential problems.
- Wearing your sterling silver jewelry regularly will help prevent unintended tarnish.
- Store your jewelry individually in the tarnish/corrosion resistant pouches or a soft cloth lined box wrapped in tissue paper to prevent scratches and tarnish.
- Be mindful that Silver plated pieces will wear and turn with excessive wear