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diamond jewelry care

jewelry care

"Preserve Your Sparkle, Pamper Your Jewelry"

"Clean, Store, Wear, Sparkle On"

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Diamond cleaning and maintenance

High-end jewelry care

"Say goodbye to dullness and hello to brilliance, with our diamond care and cleaning."

Jewelry Care Tips

Follow these jewelry care tips to keep your pieces looking stunning for years to come.


Regularly clean your jewelry to remove dirt, oils, and residues that can dull its shine. Use a mild jewellery cleaner or a mixture of warm water and a few drops of dish soap. Gently scrub with a soft-bristle toothbrush or a specialized jewelry brush. Rinse with clean water and pat dry with a soft cloth.


Store your jewelry in a dry and cool place, away from direct sunlight. Consider using separate compartments, pouches, or jewelry boxes to prevent pieces from scratching each other. Storing them properly can prevent tarnish and damage.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals

Protect your jewelry from harsh chemicals such as chlorine, bleach, and strong household cleaners. These can cause discoloration and damage to gemstones and metals.

Remove Jewelry When Needed

Take off your jewelry during activities that might expose it to potential damage, like sports, gardening, or heavy lifting. Removing jewelry before applying lotions, perfumes, or hair products is also a good practice to prevent buildup and residue.

Professional Inspection

Have your jewelry inspected and cleaned at least once a year. A jeweler can check for loose stones or other issues that might not be visible to the naked eye.

Gemstone-Specific Care

Different gemstones have different care requirements. Research the specific needs of the stones in your jewelry to ensure proper cleaning and maintenance.

Regular Wear

Believe it or not, wearing your jewelry can help maintain its luster. The natural oils on your skin can prevent tarnishing, so don't be afraid to enjoy your pieces often.


If you own pearl jewelry, be especially cautious. Chemicals and scents may easily harm pearls since they are sensitive. Wipe them gently with a soft cloth, and store them separately after wearing them.

Professional Repair

If you notice any damage or issues with your jewelry, don't attempt to repair it yourself. Seek professional assistance to avoid making the problem worse.


Ensure your valuable jewelry is protected against loss, theft, or damage. Keep records, including appraisals and photographs, to make the insurance process easier.

By following these jewelry care tips, you can ensure that your pieces continue to shine and bring you joy for years.