All articles ofSLOW republic They have been treated with a technique that helps prevent loss of shine. Even so, it is important to take into account the following considerations to optimize its good condition over time:
- Your pieces can lose their shine when exposed to the open air for a long time.
- Loss of shine or tarnish is a natural process that can be recovered by washing.
- We highly recommend removing any jewelry before going to sleep, showering, or before participating in any physical activity.
- Exposure to certain chemicals or environments can compromise its integrity. This includes but is not limited to: perspiration, sweat, perfumes / colognes, cleaning products, bleach, salt water, silver polishes, etc.etc.
CleaningMix some soap with warm water and scrub the item with a soft toothbrush. Toothbrushes are ideal for cleaning parts that have hard-to-reach corners. If the dirt persists, do the same process in clean water. Important: gold plated pieces require more care. Intensive scrubbing can lead to bath loss, so it is important to do it subtly to avoid bath wear. A specific silver polishing cloth is a great tool to make your pieces shine again in case they have blackened over time. However, this technique will not remove any scratches or bumps that the part may have.
Your pieces should always be stored away from any exposure to sunlight and away from hot places, ideally in a padded jewelry box or in a tarnish resistant bag. They can also be stored in individual polyethylene plastic bags with hermetic closure. Never use rubber containers as they will cause accelerated tarnishing of the parts and will likely cause the parts to blacken. Under no circumstances keep them in a bathroom or in damp places.s.
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