Maintenance and Taboo of Alloy or General Accessory
- If you are in contact with perfume, alcohol, deglazing water, detergent, soap or other products containing chemicals, please take off the accessory to avoid damage to the accessory; you should also avoid wearing any accessory in hot springs, bathing, contact with seawater or rain so as not to affect the luster of the accessory or damage the accessory.
Maintenance and Taboo of Silver Accessory
- Silver may look dull and tarnishes over time.
- For all silver products, it is recommended to use a silver cloth or silver cleansing water for cleaning.
- If the silver accessory is oxidized and turns black, you can use some toothpaste and water to gently wipe the surface, or use silver cleansing water, and then wipe the surface with a silver cloth.
- Do not wear other metal accessories together with a silver accessory, to avoid collision and scratches.
Maintenance and Taboo of Brass Accessory
- Brass is not easy to corrode, but it will oxidize when exposed to air, and black spots will gradually appear according to oxidation. As oxidation increases, the black spots on the brass surface will become darker.
- After wearing a brass accessory, you can gently wipe the surface with a soft cloth. In order to prevent the brass from oxidizing, please put the accessory in the zipper storage bag to avoid the brass from contact with the air.
Maintenance and Taboo of Stainless-Steel Accessory
- Before wearing, you can use a soft cotton cloth to gently wipe, or rinse with warm water, gently wash with a cotton cloth and neutral detergent, and wipe to dry after washing to maintain the gloss of the accessory.
- After wearing, please use a zipper bag to store the accessory after wiping. Please avoid excessive contact with air. It is also recommended to place the accessory separately to avoid scratches caused by collision.
- Accessory should not be worn in hot springs, swimming or bathing to extend the life span of the accessory.