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Old 02-02-2017, 08:34 AM   #1
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For everyone who wants a distinct look that speaks of their individuality, handmade jewelry is among the first things that come to mind. We love to wear them for their unique designs and the way they rest and feel on us like no other piece of adornment does.

But these beautiful pieces of jewelry too are exposed to air, water, chemicals and the little nuances of everyday life. Handmade jewelry can be sturdy and in many cases can also be delicate. This is the reason that you are required to constantly care for them. So here are some tricks that can educate you on keeping your handcrafted jewelry clean and beautiful.
  • Clean your handmade jewelry
  • Protect your handmade jewelry
  • Store properly your handmade jewelry

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Old 03-23-2017, 07:22 AM   #2
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To keep your Princess Cut Diamond Jewelry last longer needs right care and protection from harmful chemicals in order to avoid decolorising. For this always wear your accessories after makeup and spray your perfume before wearing jewellery. Wrap gold, silver or any other precious jewellery in acid free container,cotton to give protection from dust and moisture.
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For everyone who wants a distinct look that speaks of their individuality, handmade jewelry is among the first things that come to mind. We love to wear them for their unique designs and the way they rest and feel on us like no other piece of adornment does.

But these beautiful pieces of jewelry too are exposed to air, water, chemicals and the little nuances of everyday life. Handmade jewelry can be sturdy and in many cases can also be delicate. This is the reason that you are required to constantly care for them. So here are some tricks that can educate you on keeping your handcrafted jewelry clean and beautiful.
  • Clean your handmade jewelry
  • Protect your handmade jewelry
  • Store properly your handmade jewelry
Thanks for sharing useful information with us.
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Old 04-04-2017, 06:16 AM   #4
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You can do few things in order to protect your jewelry -

Prevent Tarnishing with gloss spray paint
store it properly
Avoid perfumes as Perfume and alcohol-based products can break down your jewelry’s coating.

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Old 04-20-2017, 08:36 AM   #5
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does this apply to stainless steel earrings as well? Or what type of material are we talking about?
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You should keep your jwellery in side cotton ball after the use.
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Tarnish is basically unavoidable because of the way gold responds with sulfurs in the air.
The sebum in epidermis help keep it off. While you're not dressed in your jewellery, shop it in an anti-tarnish bag, or a bag with a several of anti-tarnish an eye.
There's also a lot of lotions and enhance outfits out there for when it does tarnish.
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To protect your Sterling Silver Jewelry, you can go for some easy tips like make use of the clear coat of nail polish on your costume jewelry to make the pieces last longer next Store it in a cool dark place. You can also go for the liquid plating method.
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Yes the jewelry we have should be maintained properly after all its too expensive an require constant care.I was just visiting this site http://www.eternitybyyoni.com/Halo-engagement-rings/ and saw their various collection of diamond rings that are vintage and antique. They have maintained their collection so well without any improper care. Its exclusive collection of five stone diamond ring and three stone diamond rings are the best and the way they have maintained it deserves an applause.
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Wow, this was probably the most useful information I found on the internet. I am being sarcastic of course. Perhaps not wearing it, ever, and place it in a safe would work even better to keep it protected. Seriously though, perhaps making your handmade jewelry from high quality materials would be a good idea. Actually the jewelry we make does not need cleaning. My wife keeps them anywhere she wants. It's not some food that will rot quickly. So stop acting with your jewelry like it's a baby. Wear it, use it and show it. If it breaks easy, then it's a piece of s***.
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