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Jewelry Care

Jewelry Care

With all the care that was put into crafting your order, we know you’ll put the same effort into preserving your jewelry. Look below for care instructions to help keep your jewelry shining bright for years to come.

Tender Loving Care

People need a little TLC, so does your jewelry. To prevent your jewelry from getting damaged, remove it before rigorous physical activity and going to bed. Keep it in a cloth bag or store it in the HanJi jewelry pouch or box when it’s not being worn.

Pearls on pearl jewelry need moisture from air. When not wearing, store in a safe environment that is not too dry, such as a soft-lined jewelry box. Avoid contact with body lotions, perfume, and other chemicals. Avoid contact with hard surfaces.

Keep It Shiny

Jewelry tends to get dirty quickly from soap residue and perfume stains. Do not shower with your jewelry. Make it the first thing you take off and the last thing you put on.

DIY Cleaning Hack - Gold & Silver Jewelry

Taking care of your jewelry doesn’t mean you’ll have to invest in expensive products. You can simply use everyday items like dish detergent to keep your jewelry clean. Just mix a few drops of mild dishwashing soap in a bowl of lukewarm water. Gently scrub your jewelry with a makeup brush or a soft-bristled toothbrush. When done, rinse with warm water and blot dry with a soft cloth. For plated jewelry, it is especially important to stay away from both chemical cleaners and polishing cloths that can be corrosive and abrasive.

DIY Cleaning Hack - Pearl Jewelry

For regular cleaning, mix a few drops of mild unscented dishwashing soap in a bowl of lukewarm water. Dip a soft cleaning cloth and gently wipe the pearls. Rinse and dry thoroughly with a dry soft cloth.

DIY Cleaning Hack - Silver Tarnish Removal

For tarnish removal, place your silver jewelry in a bowl lined with aluminum foil. Pour hot water into the bowl to cover the jewelry. Add a tablespoon of salt and a tablespoon of baking soda. Let is sit for five minutes, then rinse and pat dry.