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Care of Sterling Silver

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In order to take good care of your sterling silver jewelry, you need to first know what exactly is sterling silver. Since pure silver is too soft to create jewelry that would be durable, the metal is generally mixed with other metals to increase its life span. One such alloy created buy mixing pure silver with a metal is called sterling silver.

Please note that silver ornaments are often oxidized on purpose for a more finished look. Take good care to not degrade this oxidized coating of silver by over-polishing the metal.

Ideally, store your sterling silver jewelry in bags made of “pacific” cloth to slow down tarnishing with age and prevent scratching. Our jewelry bags are also designed to prevent any abrasion of the metal and contact with the humid climate. Always store your sterling silver jewelry in a cool dry place, away from contact with perfumes, body oils and other chemicals. You can also avoid contact with moisture by placing a small packet of moisture-absorbing crystals in your jewelry wrapped in flannel rolls. Experts recommend that the best way to ensure a longer life of sterling silver jewelry is by using your jewelry regularly. Jewelry that is in frequent use requires minimum care.

Cleaning your jewelry:

It is easy to clean sterling silver at home using a few basic home products as well. We recommend that you not use harsh chemicals or electrolytic cleaning to clean your sterling silver jewelry. All you need to clean your jewelry is Colgate toothpaste powder. Apply the toothpaste powder to the surface of the jewelry using a soft cloth or a sponge. You can also use a small toothbrush to clean the more intricate parts of your jewelry. Carefully remove of all of the powder after cleaning and rub gently with a soft cloth for shiny finish.

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