Gold Plated Care
Water, lotions and cleaning products are gold-plated jewelry’s enemies so avoid any contact between your gold-plated Sparklane pieces and those substances. It is also preferable to take the jewelry off when working out, as sweat can also affect their shine.
Once in a while, It is recommended to clean your pieces with a soft and dry cotton or microphiber cloth.
Do not use jewelry cleaner on gold plated jewelry, as it is too harsh for them.
Silver pieces are a little more tricky, as they can tarnish with humidity, oils, sweat or body lotions. Here's a few things you can do:
- Purchase a silver polishing cloth (They are inexpensive and will last you a long time) and gently wipe your pieces with it.
- Place a square piece of aluminum foil in a bowl, place your silver Sparklane pieces on it and pour hot (but not boiling!) water in the bowl. Add a spoon or two of baking soda in the bowl and mix around. You can leave the pieces in for about 30 minutes, then gently rinse off and dry with a towel.
14K gold pieces were created to offer a stronger and more affordable metal with higher wearability while displaying a beautiful, warm tone. In order to take care of your 14K gold piece, scrub it lightly with a fresh toothbrush and warm water. Make sure to rinse away any excess residue! You can also buff your 14K pieces gently using a jewelry cleaning cloth.
Taking care of pearl and enamel coated pieces is not very different from looking after of the rest of your Sparklane pieces. Make sure to keep your piece away from water sources or any kind of lotion. It might also appreciate a gentle rub with a cloth every once in a while, just saying.
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