We have provided you with all you need to know about the materials and metals we use to create our jewelry pieces. Including all important allergy information, and guidance on how to care and clean your pieces to ensure a long-lasting and gleaming jewelry collection.
Get a soft-bristled toothbrush, apply a little toothpaste (non-gel) then gently clean your piece of jewelry. For the best results, allow the paste to lather before you apply the paste to your jewelry piece directly. Rinse the piece thoroughly to remove all the paste residue and then dry out the piece of jewelry. You should also polish the jewelry piece after cleaning.
You can restore its previous gleam using a cotton bud that’s dipped in a nail polish remover. The remover will dissolve and remove the stain. You can also dip the whole jewelry piece in a small bowl with the acetone-based remover, allow it to sit for a few minutes and then brush the stains off gently using a soft brush. After brushing, rinse and wipe dry.
Get two small bowls and fill each with warm water. Add about 3 drops of a mild dishwashing soap into one of the bowls. Next, dip the corner of a small soft cloth into the soapy water. Use this cloth to rub on and clean your jewelry. You can use a soft toothbrush to clean the grime off. The take the cleaned piece and dip it in the second bowl to rinse. Dry using a dry, soft cloth.
Mix two parts of baking soda and one-part water in a small bowl to make a paste. Next, dip in the paste a soft-bristle toothbrush and scrub the stainless-steel jewelry gently, rinse the jewelry using warm water (make sure the plug is in!). Pat dry the jewelry piece using a soft towel then polish it using a soft jewelry polishing cloth.
To enhance the longevity of your brass/ zinc alloy jewelry, keep the pieces free of dust and clean the pieces often while limiting their exposure to water. Don’t forget to polish the pieces when done.
By wearing hypoallergenic metals, you reduce the discomfort and distress on your skin. The higher the quality of metal used in making the jewelry, the lesser the risk of it causing adverse skin reactions among people with sensitive skin.
A natural element with extreme hardness. Titanium jewelry is stronger than the stainless steel ring but with more density. More so, it does not tarnish or corrode and is less costly than platinum.
This metal is approximately four times harder than titanium and has an attractive luster and shine. It is also scratch-resistant, does not tarnish or change color and is hypoallergenic.
18k yellow gold is the safest type of gold in the yellow family. It consists of 18 parts pure gold and 6 parts of metal alloy (75% gold). 18k yellow gold is more hypoallergenic than white gold.