Pearl Jewellery Care Tips
Freshwater pearls are delicate to extraordinary humidity or dryness, and acids. Scent and cosmetics always be applied before putting on pearl jewellery.
Most jewellery cleaners are too vicious for freshwater pearls. Wash pearls in really mild, soapy water and nothing else, but take care to avoid getting any water into the put holes, as it could cause the pearls to stain.
To keep them clean, they need to be wiped with a dry, lint-free fabric then was stored. To dry, lay them flat on a soft, absorbent towel.
Freshwater pearls should be stored in a dry environment. Don't store pearl jewellery in plastic bags as moisture can become surrounded and cause damage.
Even cultured pearls with thicker coatings are way frailer than most other gemstones, so you may handle them carefully to keep them in the best condition.
Wear your pearl jewellery after applied makeup and perfume it helps to be your pearl clean.
Be certain to take off your pearl rings before you apply hand and body creams.
Avoid solutions contain ammonia or oppressive detergents to clean your pearls
Don't put pearl jewellery in an ultrasonic cleaner.
Avoid storing your pearls with other jewellery, because they can be scratched simply when metal or gemstones rub against them. Keep your pearl in a soft bag made of chamois or another non-abrasive material.
Your fine pearl necklaces should be restrung intermittently so that you are sure the silk or nylon wire holding them is in fine condition.
Bring your pearls back to your jeweler for re-stringing at least one time a year. Pearls are historically strung with a knot between each pearl which helps to stop loss of pearls if the string should break.