How to Maintain Customized 18K Gold Jewelry?
Avoid contact with chemicals
In daily wear, you should avoid contact with chemicals, such as cosmetics, perfume, hair spray, hand sanitizer, laundry detergent, alcohol, vinegar, sea water, sweat, etc. Long-term contact will cause certain corrosion effects, thus affecting the color and quality of 18K gold.
Avoid forceful pulling and collision
Although the hardness of 18K gold is relatively high, deformation and cracking may occur under the pull and collision of gravity. Therefore, when wearing it, be careful to avoid contact with hard objects, and do not pull, collide, or rub with force, otherwise it will easily causing damage to the jewelry.
Keep it properly
Each piece of 18K gold jewelry should be placed independently in a different jewelry box to avoid friction and scratches. If there is no special jewelry box for storage, the K gold jewelry should be wrapped in fine velvet cloth first, and then stored in a dry place.
The main component of 18K gold jewelry is gold, so after being worn for a long time, the true color of gold may slowly be revealed. At this time, you can send the 18K gold jewelry back to our company for professional maintenance, so that the 18K gold jewelry will shine again.
Avoid high temperatures
When wearing 18K gold, it is best to avoid contact with high-temperature environments, because thermal expansion and contraction will easily occur after being heated, which will cause the 18K gold to deform and affect the firmness of the diamond setting, causing the gemstones to fall off.
In fact, the best way to maintain K gold jewelry is to clean it regularly. You can soak K gold jewelry in warm soapy water, gently wipe off the grease with a soft brush, then rinse with clean water and dry with a hair dryer. You can also choose to send it back to our company for professional cleaning.