SECTION 1

Taking care of your Gold Plated Jewelry

Here are some essential tips to maximize the lifespan of your gold plating:

TIP 1
Apply perfume or other sprays before putting on your jewelry, and as best as possible avoid bringing it into contact with any potentially harmful substances.
TIP 2
Wait until any lotion or cream has been fully absorbed into your skin before putting on your jewelry.
TIP 3
Remove your jewelry when you exercise or do anything that requires physical effort.
TIP 4
Clean your jewelry with a cotton ball or a very soft cloth to remove any dust and dirt. Gently rubbing the surface of your jewelry using a soft jewelry polishing cloth will help to restore shine.
TIP 5
Use warm, soapy water for a more intense clean. Soak it for a few minutes and then clean it with a soft brush. Try to avoid jewelry cleaners and antibacterial soaps that may contain components that accelerate tarnishing.
TIP 6
Wrap your jewelry in a soft cloth after cleaning or keep it in an air-tight jewelry box.

 
SECTION 2

Taking care of your Gemstone

TIP 1
Avoid exposure to abrasive substances such as household chemicals and chlorinated water.
TIP 2
 Clean your jewelry regularly to help maintain its brilliance. 
A convenient way to clean the stone is to use a small brushing device with soft bristles (preferably a toothbrush), along with a mild liquid dish-washing detergent diluted in warm to hot water. 
 
After brushing, rinse your ring thoroughly in warm to hot water (not mixed with detergent), pat it dry with a clean cloth, and inspect it. Repeat until you are happy with the result and then properly dry it before storing it safely back in its box.