Jewelry has been part of the culture for almost 300 years. During the 18th century, jewelers began making pieces with inexpensive glass. In the 19th century jewelry made of semi-precious material came into the market. Jewels made of semi-precious material were more affordable, and this affordability gave common people the chance to own artificial jewelry. Clean your jewelry regularly using a soft cloth dipped in warm water and mild soap. A good rub with a soft lint-free cloth is usually enough to clean your jewelry.
Choose a safe place for cleaning your jewelry. Avoid cleaning in a sink where a small piece might just go down the drain. When not in use store your jewelry in a safe place, preferably a soft cloth-lined box. This saves your jewelry from getting scratched. Keep them separately or wrapped in individual pouches to avoid breakage and scratches. Save your jewelry from all kinds of chemicals in cosmetics, perfumes, lotions, etc. Wear all those before adorning yourself with your favorite piece.
Avoid wearing jewelry to swimming pools, chemicals in water may leave your jewelry dull and discolored. Even extreme temperatures can take away your jewelry’s luster. Want to clean your diamonds? Try vodka, it will keep the color and clarity in place. To keep your jewelry dazzling in the long run keep getting it cleaned. Avoid wearing jewelry to bed. Just like you don’t forget to remove makeup from your skin, never miss cleaning your jewelry before keeping them away to remove traces of perfume, cosmetics, or even sweat-sticking on your jewelry.
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