• Cleaning: Clean your jewelry regularly using a soft cloth, mild soap, and warm water. Avoid using chemicals or abrasive materials that can damage the jewelry. For gold or diamond jewelry, you can also use a solution of warm water and mild detergent.

  • Storing: Store your jewelry separately to avoid scratching or tangling. Consider using a soft cloth pouch or a jewelry box with compartments to prevent damage.

  • Protect from harsh elements: Avoid exposing your jewelry to extreme temperatures, humidity, and direct sunlight. These elements can cause damage, discoloration, and deterioration.

  • Remove jewelry before engaging in physical activities: Take off your jewelry before exercising, playing sports, gardening, or doing any other activities that may cause damage.

  • Professional cleaning and maintenance: Take your jewelry to a professional jeweler for cleaning and maintenance at least once a year. A professional can also check for any damage and make necessary repairs to keep your jewelry in good condition.

  • Proper handling: When putting on or taking off your jewelry, be gentle to avoid bending or breaking it. Always grasp the jewelry by the clasp or ring band, not the delicate chain or pendant.

  • Avoid exposure to chemicals: Avoid exposing your jewelry to chemicals such as perfumes, hairsprays, and chlorine, as they can cause damage and discoloration.

  • Insuring your jewelry: Consider insuring your jewelry to protect against loss, theft, or damage.