Your high-quality silver jewelry can be last forever with proper care. In order to avoid scratches and other damages, put your silver jewelry into the jewelry box provided by W.E.
One of the easiest ways to avoid tarnish on your jewellery is simply to wear them often. This is because the oils in your skin will “clean” the silver and keep it look shiny.
Do not wear other metal jewelry at the same time when wearing silver jewelry, so as to avoid collision or scratches.
Keep the silver jewellery dry and do not get close to hot springs. When not in use, make sure each piece is completely dry before storing it. As exposure to air tarnishes silver jewellery, storing silver in airtight plastic bags with anti-tarnish strips is a great preventative measure.
If the tarnishing of the silver is not too severe, you can simply use warm water and a mild, ammonia- and phosphate-free dishwashing soap if the polishing cloth fails to remove tarnish. You should also avoid using rubber gloves when washing silver as rubber corrodes silver jewellery. Do NOT use a toothbrush to reach difficult spots as it could leave scratches on the surface, instead, use a Q-tip for those hard-to-reach spots.Use a special polishing cloth or simply a soft, lint-free cloth to gently rub the silver clean straight after washing. Make sure it gets completely dry.
If your pieces are heavily tarnished, the time for soaking with silver wash water should not be too long, usually a few seconds, then run the jewellery under some cool running water, and gently dry the silver using microfiber towel.(It is suggested to take them to a professional silver cleaner.
If silver polishing cloth can remove about 80% of the tarnish , it is not necessary to use silver cleaner and silver wash water, because these products are all corrosive, and silver jewelry tends to become yellow after using these products.
If the silver jewelry does not keep well, it is very likely that the silver jewelry will turns black. At this time, you should use a small jewelry brush to clean the fine joints of the jewelry, and then get some silver cleaner, wipe the oxide part of the silver, and then use the silver polishing cloth to restore the original light of the jewelry. After that, remember to do daily maintenance to prevent the silver jewelry from turning black again. Silver jewelry will be difficult to wipe it white after turning black many times. (Do not use too much silver cleaner)
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