Every Shain Leyton Jewelry piece is precious and should be treated as such.
All jewelry, even the most precious, requires basic care. To keep your personalized jewelry looking dazzling and the same as it did out of the box, here are a few simple tips to keep in mind, no matter if it is personalized name gold necklace, or a monogram!
With these care tips, you can keep your precious accessories looking like new, no matter how long!
Properly storing your jewelry will do wonders for keeping it looking new. Keep your customized jewelry in a box. When stored away in a special place, the jewelry won’t get tangled up with other items or in a position to get bumped around. A soft and cushioned jewelry box is a great solution.
Lotions, hairspray and some cosmetics have chemicals that can harm your precious jewelry. Keep your personalized jewelry out of harm’s way by putting on your hair and makeup first.
Soaps and shampoos may contain chemicals that can cause harm to your personalized jewelry. Wearing your personalized necklace, bracelet or rings while bathing can cause a coating to form over the precious metal, taking away the luster and dampening its natural shine.
Cleaning chemicals can cause damage to jewelry. Clean up then accessorize up. Limit your jewelry's exposure to the chemicals to keep them shining.
Pools and jacuzzis are full of chlorine, which can discolor your jewelry if exposed too long. Remove your jewelry, store it somewhere safe and swim your heart out!
SPECIAL CARE FOR GOLD AND SILVER PERSONALIZED JEWELRY
Your best defense against any wear on your personalized jewelry is to be vigilant to properly care for them.
Give your gold or silver jewelry a quick clean at the end of the day with a soft cleaning cloth to remove any fingerprints or oils that come from normal wear.
Once a month a more deep clean — use a mix of 1/2 cup warm water with mild liquid soap, and let your jewelry soak for a couple of minutes. Remove your items, rinse with clean water, and allow the jewelry to dry.
Your precious personalized jewelry will last you a lifetime if taken care of properly.