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CARE AND CLEANING OF YOUR JEWELLERY

ALWAYS REMOVE YOUR JEWELLERY BEFORE SHOWERING OR APPLYING CREAM OR PERFUME

Soap, creams, and perfume can cause a film to form which makes jewellery appear dull and dingy. Avoiding chlorine is key to keeping your jewellery looking good . Chlorine at high temperatures , like a hot tub, can permanently damage or discolor any jewellery .

BEFORE CLEANING YOUR GEMSTONE JEWELLERY

Know the hardness of your gemstones, which reflects their durability . Gemstones are rated on a scale of 1 to 10 , diamonds being  10 and talc rated at the softest of one . Hard or nonporous gemstones include among others : rubies, sapphires , topaz, spinel, quartz, alexandrite, aquamarine, and garnet. All are safe to use with any jewellery cleaning product .

Soft or porous gemstones include, among others: opal, pearl, lapis, turquoise, amber, emerald, and jade. All are particularly fragile, and care should be taken when cleaning. Ammonia is a particular threat to these gemstones. Pearls whether real, cultured, or faux are so porous they can easily lose their luster. They should be cleaned with care, brush with water and a little shampoo, rinse with a clean, well-wrung damp cloth. Let the strand dry flat to prevent the string from stretching. Store them in a cotton bag - never plastic - separate from other jewellery . When you take pearls off, wipe with a dry cotton cloth.

CARING FOR YOUR SILVER JEWELLERY

Silver is a soft metal that can scratch easily, scrubbing it or using a cloth with even the slightest abrasiveness will harm the surface. Use a silver polishing cloth or a very soft, cleaning sponge with no residue to polish and get rid of tarnish . Silver is tarnished by sulfur-containing elements, salts, body oils,or natural elements and if not quickly removed, can permanently damage fine silver.

 It is recommended you have your jewellery professionaly inspected every 6 months  to prevent possible loss of your diamonds or gemstones
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REESOR'S JEWELLERY PROFESSIONALLY CHECKS AND CLEANS YOUR JEWELLERY AT NO CHARGE

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