How to Care for Your Bridal Jewelry
We know how important and close to your heart your bridal fashion jewelry is. After all, it is not every day that you get married, right? So, why not take care of your jewelry and give it the importance it deserves. Today, we will be discussing some tips and tricks through which you can maintain your jewelry and make it stay shiny and new for longer. Best of all, all the tips are very easy to do at home and you don’t even need to go out of the comfort of your house. Tips and Tricks Never immerse your jewelry in any kind of liquid. Here, we are talking about all the jewelry and no specific one. Even though gold and diamond are not affected by water, they do lose their glow and charm if immersed in water. Don’t keep your jewelry in a moist place. Moisture never does well for it and only ends up ruining the look of it. Even though we have heard it a lot that rubbing your diamond jewelry with a little toothpaste will make it shine again. NEVER attempt this. It does not make a difference and only makes it lose the shine. If you want to clean stones, you can use an ammonia-free glass cleaner to do the trick. Spray a little amount on a clean, cotton cloth and with gentle strokes rub it over the stones. Even though it has been said a thousand times and you must have already heard about it, we cannot stress on how important and overlooked this point is. Usually, when you are all ready for a party, what is the last thing you do before running out of the door? Yes, perfume! You can’t do without it. You pick a perfume and spray it. BE CAUTIOUS. Never spray directly on your jewelry. It can not only cause dullness but also make the jewelry black. No one would want that, right? Don’t put them in plastic. At times, we keep our earrings and rings in small plastic bags. This can be dangerous for the jewelry as moisture gets trapped. This causes dullness and makes even new jewelry look old. Lastly, take care that you don’t put one piece on top of the other. It makes the stones come out and even cause scratches on the jewelry.