Jewelry Care

Caring for gold-plated stainless steel jewelry involves a few simple steps to help maintain its appearance and prolong its lifespan. Here are some tips:

  1. Keep it clean: Regularly clean your gold-plated stainless steel jewelry to remove dirt, oils, and sweat that can accumulate on its surface. Use a soft, lint-free cloth or a jewelry cleaning cloth to gently wipe the jewelry. Avoid soap or chemicals or using abrasive materials that can scratch the gold plating.

  2. Avoid exposure to chemicals: Keep your gold-plated jewelry away from chemicals such as perfumes, lotions, hair sprays, and household cleaning products. These substances can tarnish or erode the gold plating. It's best to apply any beauty or personal care products before putting on your jewelry.

  3. Prevent moisture exposure: Moisture can cause the gold plating to wear off faster. Avoid wearing your gold-plated jewelry when swimming, bathing, or participating in activities that may expose it to excessive moisture. Additionally, remove your jewelry before exercising or engaging in activities that may cause you to sweat heavily.

  4. Store properly: When not wearing your gold-plated jewelry, store it in a clean, dry place. Consider using a jewelry box or a soft pouch to protect it from dust, moisture, and potential scratches. You can also store each piece separately to prevent them from scratching or tangling with one another.