Cleaning and Conservation

Tarnishing in silver jewelry is caused by oxidation due to contact with elements such as oxygen or sulfur, acids, alcohol-containing products, prolonged storage, or the pH of each person's skin.

Recommendations for its conservation

Store the jewelry in a cool, dry place to prevent oxidation. Do not expose the jewelry to corrosive agents such as chlorine, grease, sweat, perfumes, alkaline agents, or salinity for long periods of time. If the jewelry is set with natural stones (precious / semi-precious), pearls, mother-of-pearl, or organic materials, do not expose it to abrasive substances, as they can cause the loss of its natural shine. Do not store it directly in contact with wood, which often contains acids that can affect the luster of the silver surface. Clean the jewelry regularly to maintain its brightness and beauty.

Cleaning

Jewelry can be safely cleaned by soaking it for ten minutes in warm soapy water or baking soda (do not use detergent soap). It can be scrubbed with a soft brush to remove dirt, if necessary. Finally, dry the jewelry very well with an absorbent dry cloth, and you will immediately see the shine it acquires. Preferably use a cloth to polish silver jewelry, gently rubbing its surface, or a special liquid silver jewelry cleaner for this purpose.

Warning: Do not wash the cloth. The jewelry and cloth must be completely dry before using them.

Store the jewelry in a cool, dry place to prevent oxidation. Do not expose the jewelry to corrosive agents such as chlorine, grease, sweat, perfumes, alkaline agents, or salinity for long periods of time. If the jewelry is set with natural stones (precious / semi-precious), pearls, mother-of-pearl, or organic materials, do not expose it to abrasive substances, as they can cause the loss of its natural shine. Do not store it directly in contact with wood, which often contains acids that can affect the luster of the silver surface. Clean the jewelry regularly to maintain its brightness and beauty.

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