Caring for Waterproof Jewelry

While waterproof jewelry is designed to withstand water exposure, it’s still essential to give it some TLC to keep it looking its best. After each wear, gently clean your jewelry with a soft cloth to remove any dirt or residue. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage delicate metals and gemstones.

Caring for Gold and Silver Plated 

  • Preserve your jewelry's' plating by avoiding contact with cleaning agents, beauty products, water and chemicals. -Remove jewelry prior to exercise, washing your hands or swimming.
  • Clean your jewelry with a dry cotton cloth to renew its shine.
  • Always remember to store your plated jewelry separately in its box.

Caring for Brass

  • If your brass piece is losing a bit of its shine, remember that it is natural, just polish it with some lemon juice, vinegar, or ketchup.  Use a soft cloth, make sure the lemon/vinegar, or ketchup you used covers the piece entirely, then let it sit for a few hours - to allow for the deoxidation to take effect.  Finish off by rubbing any residue with a dry clean, soft cloth.

Caring for Natural Gemstones

  • Natural gemstones can be fragile. Do not use paper towels to clean your gemstones as they can cause scratching.
  • Tip:  Stretchy bracelets should be ROLLED over your hand when putting them on, instead of stretching or pulling at the elastic cord. Stretching or pulling the bracelet can weaken the elastic cord and over time may cause the bracelet to break.