To keep your jewelry looking as good as new, you need to use, care for, and clean it properly.

Semi-precious stone/gemstone jewelry

When using semi-precious stone or gemstone jewelry such as: Ruby, Sapphire, Spinel, Tourmaline, Garnet, Peridot, Amethyst, Citrine, Topaz, etc., you should not let the surface of the stone collide with other hard objects to avoid scratches or blemishes that will make the gemstone lose its natural beauty and decrease in value.

When cleaning jewelry embedded with gemstones or semi-precious stones, you should use a soft fluff brush and warm soapy water for gentle cleaning. If you want to increase the glitter of gemstones and semi-precious stones, you can wipe them with colorless oil or beeswax.

White gold jewelry

White gold is characterized by its ivory white color, so when processed into jewelry, its surface will be covered with a substance called Rhodium to create a bright white appearance like Platinum.

During use, white gold may be discolored due to the impact of many external factors such as time, sweat and even its properties . Therefore, to keep white gold jewelry bright and beautiful, you should bring jewelry to any of IJC stores for periodic cleaning and brightening.

Gold jewelry

Gold jewelry should not be allowed to come into contact with hairdressing products, certain types of skincare or beauty products, and should especially isolated from mercury because it will cause the gold to discolor, causing the overall jewelry to lose its luster.

To keep your gold shining and beautiful, every week you should use a soft fluff toothbrush to clean your jewelry with soap or toothpaste. Then rinse it with clean water and use a soft cotton cloth or soft tissue to dry.

Like white gold, gold jewelry will also lose its luster over time, so you should periodically bring your jewelry to IJC’s Showrooms for cleaning and brightening.