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How to Properly Clean and Care For Pandora Jewelry In New Jersey

Pandora jewelry is unique and special. This type of jewelry is hand finished and made from the finest of metals. Because Pandora Jewelry in New Jersey is made with quality in mind, it is important that the jewelry is properly cleaned and cared for.

Care Instructions

It is recommended that Pandora is removed before bed and before engaging in any rough activity, such as physical sports. This type of jewelry also tends to crack, discolor, and chip over time. Because of this, it is important that the piece is placed in a protective cloth lined box when it is not being worn. Pandora jewelry should never be placed in sealed plastic bags or any other type of plastic material. This will cause the piece to interact with the sulfur compounds in the plastic. In turn, the piece will tarnish at a faster rate. Never store expensive pieces of jewelry in the bathroom. The humidity and change in air temperature can cause damage to the piece. It is also important to remember that Pandora pieces cannot be stored in areas with bright lights and high temperatures. The best place to store a piece is in a cool, dry, and dark place.

Cleaning Instructions

There are two safe options when it comes to cleaning a Pandora piece. The first is a very simple cleaning method. Simply make a mixture of lukewarm water and mild dish soap. Use a toothbrush and dip the toothbrush into the soapy mixture. Proceed to use the bristles of the toothbrush to clean the piece, paying special attention to the intricate details. Make sure to avoid scrubbing the piece with the toothbrush. This will cause scratches. Be gentle, yet strong enough to remove dirt and oils. Another great way to clean a Pandora piece is to use a silver polishing cloth. Simply use the cloth and thoroughly rub the piece with the cloth. This will remove any oils and dirt. It also will make the piece shine again. However, it will not remove any scratches.

Follow these two simple tips to properly clean and care. If you need further care and cleaning suggestions and recommendations, contact the Jewelry Professionals at Lincroft Village Jewelers.

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    Author: Allyson Allyn

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