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How To Care For Your Night Sky JewelryUpdated 6 months ago

Jewelry Care Guide

To keep your jewellery’s brilliance, learn what to avoid and how to care for your precious metals and natural gemstones with the care instructions below:

Caring For and Wearing Your Jewelry

  • To help protect the durability and high quality of your jewellery, remove your jewellery before engaging in heavy exercise or other activities resulting in heavy sweating. Particularly when swimming in the sea or a chlorinated swimming pool.

  • Our gemstones are natural and can be vulnerable to absorbing dirt and chipping. 

  • Avoid spraying perfume or applying creams or other liquids directly onto your jewellery.

  • Avoid wearing lotion around the area where you wear your pendant.

  • Keep your jewellery away from extreme temperatures, humidity or sunlight.

  • Avoid wearing your jewellery when using bleach, cleaning products and other chemicals.

How to Store Your Jewelry

  • We highly recommend storing your jewellery in the original Night Sky packaging provided or another suitably lined box or soft pouch and placing a small packet of desiccant crystals in the packaging if you live in a humid climate.

  • Ideally, store your pieces of jewellery separately so that they don’t rub together or become tangled.

Cleaning Precious Metals

  • To keep your jewellery looking radiant and to remove the build-up of dirt and premature tarnish, we recommend using the Night Sky polishing cloth supplied in the packaging. Rub the piece in one direction rather than in a circular motion.

  • A Silver or Gold cleaner can be used.

  • Do not use tissue paper or paper towels to clean metal, as they can cause scratching.

  • To wash your jewellery, use a mild soap and warm water and rinse with clear water. 

  • Dab it with a towel, but DON’T rub and polish it with your Night Sky polishing cloth.

  • To keep your cord necklace or bracelets looking, washing them occasionally with a soft sponge and mild soap in lukewarm water is best.

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