Caring for Gold plate

STORAGE

Store your Jewellery separately in jewel boxes or pouches when not being worn.
Store gold chains flat or hang to prevent knotting and tangling.
Avoid storing your all your Jewellery together with other fine Jewellery, as the gems may scratch or damage the product.
Heavy objects may cause deformation of your Jewellery, so be careful where you place your jewellery.
MAKING UP

Apply all cosmetics, hair spray and perfumes before wearing your Jewellery. Never spray
Perfume directly on your Jewellery.

AFTER WEARING
Avoid exposing your Jewellery to extreme heat. After a sweaty outing in hot weather, it is advisable to soak the Jewellery in warm ordinary water, so the body salt and dirt can ease off.

OUTDOOR USE
Avoid using your Jewellery at the Beach, because of the contact with salted water blended with sand.
Avoid wearing Jewellery when doing rough work. Jewellery may scratch, pearls and stones may chip and the mounting can be displaced or damaged.
Avoid wearing your Jewellery in the pool; the treated water my damage it and it may chip when in contact with the walls of the pool.
Avoid contact with sand and chemical as they can affect the gold plating of the Jewellery.

CLEANING YOUR JEWELLERY
Soak in warm water for about 10minutes with a mild detergent.
Use a soft brush to wash the Jewellery after soaking.
Rinse in plenty of water after brushing and ensure the detergent does not remain on the Jewellery.
Leave the Jewellery to dry and then use a gold care cloth to polish to its original brilliance.
Do not over polish or scrape pearls and stones as it may damage their brilliance.
Stones can break. Ensure they don’t fall on tiles or surfaces than can break them.