We strive for a sustainable lifestyle using material that have a great value and will last, therefore all jewelry are made from 100% 925 sterling silver, and gold plating. With proper care and knowledge of your jewelry, your piece can last a lifetime. Here are some advice on how to keep your jewelry clean.
For plain silver, oxidized silver and gold-plated:
Silver is delicate, and, despite our best efforts, it can still get dirty. Fortunately, sterling silver care can be as easy as a fast rubdown (works for the gold-plated jewelry too).
To do this, use a simple microfiber cloth or special jewelry cloth (not paper towels or toilet paper) to clean your goods. Be sure to use different parts of the cloth to avoid spreading any tarnish. Be sure to avoid polishing any part of the jewelry that is intentionally oxidized. For the tighter more detailed areas, go in with a Q-tip.
Note that the oxidized silver cannot be cleaned like the plain silver unless you want the oxidation to go away.
For plain silver and gold plated:
”Dish Liquid and Water”
No fancy cleaning methods needed for this option. Simply rinse the jewelry off in the same way you would clean your own hands.
For only plain silver:
”Water and Baking sode method”
You will need 2 parts water to 1 part baking soda (use a bit more water if the jewelry has delicate features). Stir into a paste. Use an old toothbrush or cleaning wand to apply this DIY cleaner in gentle motions and movements.
”Salt Water Method”
Line a cooking pan or large dinner plate with a sheet of aluminum foil. Place each piece of jewelry directly on the foil.
Combine 1 cup of boiling water with 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of baking soda together. Pour the mixture into the pan or large dinner plate. Add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the mixture.
Bubbles will surface! Let the mixture sit for about 10 minutes (use a spoon if needed for stirring). Rinse in cool water and dry off with a microfiber cloth.