Make your jewelry the last thing you put on in the morning, and the first thing you take off at night and always remove
your jewelry before putting on makeup, lotions, and perfumes or hair products. Make sure these products have had time to absorb into the skin before you put your jewelry back on.
Never wear your jewelry when working with detergents, bleaches, or any other household chemicals, as they will cause discoloration of the silver and never wear your silver jewelry in hot tub, swimming pool, or any other chemically treated water.
After wearing, wipe your jewelry clean with a soft cloth to remove any body oils and dirt.
Store your sterling silver jewelry in a cool, dark place away from sources of sunlight, heat and moisture. To reduce scratching and tarnish we recommend you store your jewelry each piece individually.
You can use Silver Saver® Anti-Tarnish Paper to help slow down the tarnishing process because, Silver Saver® Anti-Tarnish Paper is a
chemically treated, bleached kraft paper formulated to prevent tarnish on silver. It works by absorbing hydrogen sulfide and other gases before they can react with the sterling silver and cause tarnish. It is completely safe and non-toxic and leaves no residue and with proper care of your .925 Sterling Silver Jewelry they can last for a Lifetime.
If minimal amounts of tarnish are present, clean your silver jewelry by washing it with warm water containing a few drops of a mild dish soap. Rinse the piece thoroughly with warm water and dry with a soft cotton cloth or use Silver Jewelry Cleaner Solutions that you can buy at any jewelry store because it has an anti-tarnish properties that are excellent for bringing Silver to is perfect shine or you can also use a Silver polish.
Additionally, Some of our jewelry is intentionally oxidized by the artisan to create a desirable dark patina. Oxidized silver should only be gently cleaned with a polishing cloth, without silver cleaning solution. For pieces containing both high-polished silver, as well as oxidized silver (usually in jewelry crevices), care must be taken to only use silver cleaners on the high-polished silver.
When polishing or drying always use a clean, soft cotton cloth. Do not use synthetic materials such paper towels or tissues because they can scratch the silver. Rub the object in a straight, back-and-forth manner so to maintain a uniform appearance. Avoid rubbing in a circular motion.