Jewelry Care and Cleaning Tips for the Summertime
Ro Ma Jewelers
Don’t wear your jewelry in the pool:
First of all, you are increasing your chance of losing your jewelry if you wear it in the pool, hot tub, creek, ocean, or lake. We especially don’t want you wearing it in chlorine or salt water because those elements can damage and discolor the metals and erode the polish as well as finish from gemstones.
Remove your jewelry:
Before applying sunscreen, sprays, and lotions always remove your jewelry. These products will make your jewelry appear dull and lifeless. We want you to always be bright and sparkly! When you remove your jewelry, wipe it off with a soft cloth, preferably a jewelry cleaning cloth, to remove sweat, bug sprays, lotions, etc. to keep it looking shiny. When you take a few moments to care for your jewelry when you take it off, it’s ready to go the next time you want to enjoy it again.
Storing your jewelry:
Use a fabric-lined jewelry box to store your jewelry with compartments and dividers to avoid your pieces scratching each other. We often see customers bring their jewelry in to us in a pouch, all together; storing jewelry this way allows the pieces to rub against each other and potentially scratch.
Have your jewelry checked regularly by a professional. You should wear your jewelry and enjoy it, however, we would like to check and clean it for you to make sure nothing is loose, overly-worn, or broken. We are happy to do this service for you any time. A good rule of thumb is every six months, or whenever you have a concern, or a special occasion. Remember, we want you to look bright and sparkly!
For more information contact Ro Ma Jewelers, 24303 Town Center Drive, suite 110 in Valencia or call 661-254-6414.
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