MATERIALS / CARE
Please treat and wear your jewelry with care. Store jewelry separately in an airtight bag or container and remove before going to sleep. Avoid contact with water, lotions, perfumes, hairspray or any liquid. Protect jewelry from sharp blows, extreme temperatures, sunlight and rough or hard surfaces.
Sterling Silver - It is natural for the metal to oxidize or tarnish overtime when exposed to air, body oils, oxygen or moisture. To keep your piece looking its best, gently polish with a polishing cloth along with the appropriate polishing agent or a polishing pad.
Gold Filled - Gold filled jewelry can last a very long time with proper care. To keep your piece looking its best, gently clean with a damp soft cotton cloth.
Clay - Polymer clay is a porous substance (has microscopic holes when baked), and therefore should never be cleaned with harsh chemicals as these can damage the material. The best way to clean polymer clay is by wiping with a damp cloth. For stubborn dirt, use a soapy damp cloth. It is not advisable to soak the clay in water. Dry fully before wearing or storing.
Glass - Glass is breakable, need to be treated with care. Do not submerge the glass bead in the water. The best way to clean glass is by wiping with a damp cloth. Dry fully before wearing or storing.
Brass - It is natural for the metal to oxidize or tarnish overtime when exposed to air, body oils, oxygen or moisture. To keep your piece looking its best, thoroughly wash your brass piece with a clean cloth and warm soapy water to remove any dust or dirt. Polish with brass cleaner.
Felt - Felt, which is made of wool, is a very durable fabric when it’s dry. However, felt becomes very vulnerable when wet and it needs special care during cleaning to avoid being damaged. To remove loose debris, use a soft bristled brush to gently brush away any stubborn debris. For stubborn stains, dampen a soft, clean cloth with soapy water and dab at the stain until clean.