TIPS FOR CARING & CLEANING OF YOUR GOLD-FILLED JEWELRY PIECES:
Can I shower with my gold-filled jewelry?
Wearing your gold-filled pieces in the shower is okay, but not recommended if you’d like your piece to live it’s best life. Especially found in hard-water that we may shower in from time to time, there are chemicals and minerals, such as chlorine, calcium and magnesium, that may affect the life span of your jewelry.
Can I wear gold-filled jewelry to the gym?
Sweat is acidic and can harm your jewelry. To make them last longer, we recommend taking them off when doing any form of physical exercise. If you are those girls that don't want to bother taking them off each time, just make sure rinse them in water afterwards each time.
Can I wear my gold-filled jewelry to the beach?
Our pieces will be an amazing addition to your beach day outfit, but be sure to give them a good rinse with normal water after taking a dip in the ocean, since salt can affect the wear of your jewelry.
Can I sleep in my gold-filled jewelry?
Wearing your jewelry to sleep is fine, but be cautious that they may become snagged on hair, break accidentally or fall out.
Can I wear gold-filled jewelry to the pool?
This one is a no no! Avoid wearing your jewelry in swimming pools, especially in chlorinated pools as the chemicals can damage the metals and cause accidental breakage or discolouration.
Can I wear lotion, perfume, or sunscreen with my jewelry?
Try to put jewelry on last after perfumes, sunscreen or lotions because contact with chemicals in these products will always aggravate the wear of your piece.
TIPS FOR CLEANING AND STORING OF 14K GOLD-FILLED JEWELRY
Cleaning: Use a warm soapy washcloth or jewelry polishing cloth to clean your pieces. For deep cleaning, soak them in a bowl of warm water with a touch of gentle soap or mild dish soap for about a minute. If necessary, give it a scrub with an ultrasoft toothbrush to get into the chain and corners where the dirt and product is likely to build up, then rinse it in lukewarm water a few times to make sure all the soap is off. Never use a harsh brush to clean your jewelry. Toothpaste contains an abrasive formula which will dull your jewels.
Storing: To minimize scratches and other damage, store your fine jewelry either in a cloth pouch or a separate compartment in your jewelry box to keep it clean and dry.