Jewelry Care Guide

Caring for Your Polymer Clay Jewelry

Are you worried about keeping your cherished jewelry looking as stunning as the day you got it? Discover the best practices for preserving your precious pieces.

Polymer clay jewelry is built to last, but daily wear can leave them with makeup stains and surface dust.

Learn the expert-recommended steps to clean, store, and wear your jewelry, ensuring they stay beautiful for years to come.

How to Clean Your Polymer Clay Earrings

Polymer clay is resilient, but a little care goes a long way. Here's what you need to know:

  1. Gentle Wiping: Use a soft, moist fabric to gently wipe your earrings. This will remove surface dust and makeup stains without compromising their integrity.

  2. Detail Cleaning: For stubborn dirt, a toothbrush with soft bristles can work wonders. Brush delicately to avoid any damage.

Pro Tips for Preserving Your Jewelry

Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Follow these practices:

  • Pre-Activity Removal: Always take off your jewelry before activities like washing hands, swimming, applying lotion, sports, or household chores.

  • Post-Product Application: Put on your jewelry after applying perfume, body cream, makeup, or hairspray to avoid any potential damage.

  • Avoid Extremes: Shield your jewelry from direct sunlight, sharp impacts, harsh cleaning chemicals, and extreme temperatures.

  • Gentle Soapy Water: Dip a soft cloth in mild soapy water, then gently rub the beads.

  • Rinse and Dry: Wipe the surface again with a damp, soap-free cloth to remove any residue. Gently dry with a soft cloth.

Ensuring Dryness for Storage

Before storing, make sure your jewelry is completely dry.

Jewelry Care Essentials

Rest assured, all our jewelry is nickel and lead-free.

Smart Storage Solutions

  • Airtight Containers: Tarnish is the enemy of precious metals. Store your jewelry in airtight containers to shield them from humidity.

  • Avoid the Bathroom: Bathrooms might be convenient, but they're not the best place for jewelry. Opt for ziplock bags instead.

  • Separate and Conquer: Store items individually to prevent scratching. Leave link and chain bracelets unclasped or unhooked to avoid accidental damage.

  • Combat Humidity: Place a piece of chalk, an activated charcoal packet, or a silica gel package in your jewelry box to reduce moisture.

Unearth the secrets to keeping your jewelry radiant and cherished for years.

Follow these expert tips, and watch your treasured pieces stand the test of time.