How to clean your fashion jewellery

How To Clean Your Fashion Jewellery.

The right jewellery can perfectly enhance your look, a subtle tennis necklace or a bold cuban chain is a must have for the modern man and women. Overtime and repeated wear your jewellery will become dull, dusty and even begin to tarnish, to prevent this just as diligently as you care for yourself you must for your jewellery collection.  Check out Tyresse's step by step guide to cleaning your fashion jewellery.

Cleaning Your Jewellery.

  1. Choose the Right Tools: Begin the journey to pristine jewellery with the right tools. A soft brush, such as a toothbrush, is your ally in gently scrubbing away accumulated dry sweat, dirt, or dust. This ensures a meticulous clean without risking damage to your pieces.

  2. Warm, Soapy Water Magic: Create a solution of warm, soapy water. The warmth aids in loosening debris, and the gentle soap effectively removes impurities. Immerse your brush in this bath, giving each piece the attention it deserves. Use the brush to remove excess dirt and debris, ensuring a thorough cleaning process.

  3. Rinse Thoroughly: After the soapy soak, rinse your jewellery under warm water. This step is crucial to eliminate any lingering soap residue, preventing the buildup of soap scum that can dull the brilliance of your pieces over time.

  4. Pat Dry with Care: Once rinsed, pat your jewellery dry using a soft, clean jewellery polishing cloth. Opt for a jewellery polishing cloth or a microfiber jewellery cloth, ensuring gentle polishing that won't scratch or damage the surface of your jewellery. This step is vital in maintaining the shine and luster of your jewellery.

  5. Beware of Tissues: A word of caution – never use tissues to clean or dry your jewellery. Tissues can easily tear and adhere to the jewellery, introducing more dirt than you originally set out to remove. Stick to soft, durable cloths for the best results.

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