Jewelry Care

Thank you for purchasing one of your very own ByMonicaBarber jewelry designs. I hope you enjoy wearing this piece as much as I enjoyed creating it for you.
It is known that Jewelry is more than just an accessory, it's an investment that can hold significant sentimental value. Whether it's a precious family heirloom or a trendy piece you picked up at the store, taking care of your jewelry properly can help it last a lifetime. Here are some tips for keeping your jewelry in top condition.
Although I use the finest materials, here are five tips to prevent your jewelry from wearing out quickly.
Jewelry care tips: 
  1. Clean your jewelry regularly

Over time, jewelry can become dull and dirty from exposure to the environment and everyday wear. To keep your jewelry looking its best, it's essential to clean it regularly. You can use a soft-bristled brush, warm water, and mild soap to gently scrub away dirt and grime. Be sure to rinse your jewelry thoroughly and dry it with a soft cloth to prevent water spots.

  1. Store your jewelry properly

When you're not wearing your jewelry, it's important to store it properly to prevent damage. Avoid tossing your jewelry in a pile or leaving it on a hard surface, as this can cause scratches or dents. Instead, store your jewelry in a soft pouch or jewelry box with compartments to prevent tangling.

  1. Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals

Chemicals found in cleaning products, hair products, and even some foods can damage your jewelry. To prevent damage, it's best to avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals. If you must use these products, be sure to remove your jewelry beforehand.

  1. Take care when exercising or doing physical activities

When you're exercising or doing physical activities, it's best to remove your jewelry to prevent damage. Jewelry can become snagged or caught on equipment, and sweat can cause tarnishing or discoloration.

  1. Get professional cleaning and maintenance

Even with proper care, jewelry can still become damaged or need repairs. If you notice any damage to your jewelry, it's best to get it professionally cleaned and maintained. This can include polishing, resizing, or repairing any broken parts.

In conclusion, taking care of your jewelry is essential to keep it looking its best and lasting for generations. By following these tips, you can help protect your investment and ensure that your jewelry remains a cherished part of your life.

Much love, 
bracelet with pearls and heart charm