Clean your jewelry by gently brushing it with a soft bristle brush and warm soapy water. Rinse well and dry thoroughly. Regular cleaning will revive the brilliance of your gems.
To clean corals, gently wipe the surfaces with a wet microfiber cloth to remove dirt and debris and allow the jewelry to air dry. Do not scrub or press down on the coral as you can easily wear
away the smooth, polished top with excessive cleaning.
Pearls should be wiped gently with a damp cloth.
STORING AND TRANSPORTING YOUR JEWELRY
Store your jewelry in its original case or carefully wrapped separately in a soft cloth.
Make sure necklaces and bracelets are stored flat to prevent their links from being deformed. Also, chains should be closed to prevent any knots from forming.
If you need to transport your jewelry, make sure it is carefully packed and protected, preferably in its original case or in a travel pouch, to prevent it from being damaged.
IMPACTS ON YOUR JEWELRY
Your jewelry may be damaged by impacts. Many stones such as coral, opal, pearl, and peridot are very delicate and easily abraded.
When you lift or carry heavy objects, make sure they are not pressing against your jewelry as they could scratch or damage it.
To reduce the risk of any scratches or impacts, avoid stacking several pieces of jewelry that would be vulnerable to such abrasion. Extreme temperatures, perfumes, cosmetics, and
household chemicals can also damage jewelry.