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JEWELLERY CARE

Important note:
Gold-plated pieces are, by default, more fragile and susceptible to fading over time.
susceptible to fading over time. The speed at which
the rate at which the colour fades depends on a number of factors such as
the use of chemicals on the skin, the level of body perspiration, or even the pH level of the skin itself.
or even the pH level of each person's skin. For this reason, it is
is especially important to take proper care of your gold-plated jewellery.
gold-plated jewellery.

CLEANING YOUR JEWELLERY


Mix a little warm water with soap and scrub your jewellery with a soft toothbrush.
soft toothbrush. Toothbrushes are ideal for
cleaning jewellery that has hard-to-reach corners. Important: gold-plated
gold-plated jewellery needs more care than unplated silver jewellery.
Intense scrubbing can lead to loss of plating, so it is important to do it gently.
so it is important to do it gently. Then rinse well to remove any excess soap
any excess soap and dry it, trying not to leave any water residue.
water. If the jewellery is hollow or has many nooks and crannies, you can help yourself with
a hair dryer with lukewarm air.

A specific cloth for polishing silver is a great tool to make your jewellery shine again.
make your jewellery shine again in case it has blackened over time.
over time. However, be aware that this technique will not remove any scratches or dings.
remove any scratches or dings that the piece may have.

HOW TO STORE YOUR JEWELLERY


Your treasures should be kept in a cool, dry and preferably well-closed place.
preferably tightly closed. They can also be stored in individual
individual resealable plastic bags.

It is advisable to store them individually so that they do not get rolled up together.

Please note that Bendita Eva packaging is not designed to keep the items in perfect condition.
designed to keep items in perfect condition for extended periods of time.
of time.

Important note:
Gold plated pieces are, by default, more fragile and susceptible to fading with age.
susceptible to fading over time. The rate at which
the rate at which the colour fades depends on a number of factors such as
the use of chemicals on the skin, the level of body perspiration, or even the pH level of the skin itself.
or even the pH level of each person's skin. For this reason, it is
is especially important to take proper care of your gold-plated jewellery.
gold-plated jewellery.