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How To Care for Your Wedding Jewellery

How To Care for Your Wedding Jewellery

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How To Care for Your Wedding Jewellery


Your wedding jewellery is an integral part of your wedding day celebration when you begin the next phase in your life. For those who have actually conserved as much as they can to purchase Polki, Diamond, Kundan and gold to make themselves look extra elegant for their wedding day, then it becomes necessary that you make sure that your jewellery looks as spectacular as it was on the wedding day while wearing it on any other occasion. Here are some ways to care for your wedding jewelry after the wedding.


Make sure to check them out regularly

It is recommended that you check your jewellery at least once every six months. This applies no matter how frequently you wear it. This is to ensure that there's not any dirt buildup on the jewelry and to check if it requires a reasonable polish.


Store them in the right way

It is best to store your wedding jewelry in sealed containers. They will be protected from moisture. Camphor balls or silica gel sachets can be used to remove excess moisture from jewellery. To avoid scratches, always store jewellery in a velvet box. After cleaning the jewellery, dry it completely before storing it into the box.


Cleaning after every usage

After wearing them and before storing them in the box, make sure to clean them. All that chlorine and sweat will dull the brilliance of the jewellery. According the GIA most coloured gemstones & precious metals such as gold and platinum can all be cleaned with warm water and mild soap, then wipe up with a microfibre cloth and after drying it well, pack it in the jewellery box. Silver can oxidize and tarnishes when exposed to chemicals and humidity. You can prevent this damage by using toothpaste to scrub silver jewellery before wiping it off with a soft cloth.


Keep your jewellery away from chemical substances

It is important that jewellery not come into direct contact with chemicals or chemical-based cosmetics like deodorants, makeup products and hairsprays. Jewellery should always be removed first, and worn last.


Avoid sunlight and Heat

Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight and heat. They can have severe effects on the jewellery. Some gemstones are more sensitive to heat than others, and some jewels may become yellowed by the sun. Excessive heat can cause cracks and fractures in gems. Excessive heat and light can also cause damage to the metal and make jewellery look ugly.


Do Purchase Insurance
There is always the risk of losing or damaging valuables if they are stored at home. This includes theft, burglary and riot as well as natural disasters such as floods, storms, earthquakes and flooding. You can have financial protection against damage to or loss of precious jewellery with a Jewellery Insurance Policy

 


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