Jewelry maintenance

Leather jewelry

To enjoy your leather jewelry for a long time, it is important to treat it correctly.

Leather or leather is a special natural product, it is durable, has style and is easy to maintain.

New leather is adequately supplied with nutrients (finish coat), but those nutrients are gradually consumed by the leather.

As nutrients diminish, they should be supplemented with oil or emulsified wax.

If not replenished, the finish layer can break and over time moisture can get under the layer which can cause pieces to come off

To keep the leather beautiful, it is important to treat it and protect the leather.

You can use products for this that are also used for shoes.

Avoid sulfur-containing substances and chlorine.

Avoid direct contact of your jewelry with chemical agents such as perfume .

Leather jewelry combined with stainless steel

Jewelry made of leather and stainless steel is treated as described above.

However, care must be taken with moisture. You can rub the stainless steel with a damp cloth but under no circumstances

submerge the ornament in a bath.

While showering and swimming you should take off your jewelry!

Too much moisture is not only bad for the leather but can also cause the leather to come off the fastener.

Avoid sulfur-containing substances and chlorine.

Avoid direct contact of your jewelry with chemicals such as perfume .

Silver jewelry

Silver jewelry will stay beautiful if it goes into a soapy water (e.g., green soap) from time to time. In this, gently brush the jewelry clean with a soft toothbrush. Then rinse the jewelry with lukewarm water and dry it with a flannel cloth.

Silver can, due to sulfur compounds – easily turn black. Avoid sulfur-containing substances and chlorine.

Avoid contact of your jewelry with chemicals such as perfume,

Stainless steel jewelry

Stainless steel, like silver, can be easily treated with soapy water.

Avoid sulfur-containing substances and chlorine.

Avoid direct contact of your jewelry with chemicals such as perfume .

Stainless steel does not discolor