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Below are a few simple tips to significantly reduce tarnishing, clouding and damage to your jewelry:

1- Clean jewelry after each use with a polishing cloth or any type of soft cloth in order to remove dirt, oil, etc. You can also soak your jewelry for a few seconds in warm soapy water and gently brush it with a toothbrush. This will also enable you to clean hard-to-reach spaces around the stone setting.

2- In order to minimize contact with hand creams, lotions, hair sprays and etc., put your jewelry on last to minimize dullness, clouding and tarnishing.

3- Do not wear your jewelry while working with household chemicals. If you do come in contact with chemicals, wash your jewelry immediately with warm water and soap, and dry thoroughly. This will help to reduce any potential damage. Also avoid swimming pools and hot tub while wearing your jewelry since chlorine can compromise the surface of the stone and potentially cause discoloration on some stones.

4- Based on your daily activity and wear level you should have the jewelry inspected 1 or 2 times a year, polished and cleaned. The job is fast and inexpensive.

5- MOST IMPORTANTLY PLEASE REMEMBER: One of the most significant problems that could arise from daily wear and tear is the loosening of prongs. One of the simplest method to check at home is to touch and softly hitting the diamond/stone with your fingernails and you should not see any movements of the diamond/stone. If so then put the ring in jewelry box – Safe place and check the ring with local jeweler or contact me immediately. Most of the jewelers even if you have bought the ring from another jeweler will do the repairs. Jobs of these nature are not technically hard and can be done while you wait.

Feel free to contact me with any questions.


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