White Gold is a precious metal that is popular and beautiful. 18K White Gold is 75 % fine gold and 25% other alloys, while 9K White Gold is 37.5% fine gold.
White Gold will be affected by chemicals such as abrasive household cleaning products or styling products, we recommend that you remove the jewellery when:
-Doing housework, D.I.Y work, cooking and etc.
- Wearing perfume, cosmetics, hairspray, lotions and etc.
When not worn, store the jewellery in soft cloth or jewellery case to prevent from scratches.
To keep your White Gold jewellery clean, we recommend clean it in warm water with detergent-free soap or special cleaning kit. Use a soft cloth when cleaning to avoid from scratching.
The white lustre of the White Gold with general wear and tear will fade over time (“turn yellow”. Therefore, White Gold requires a maintenance to retain its lustre with replating by jewellers for a small fee.
24K Gold or Pure Gold is relatively having lesser hardness and delicate compare to 18K and 9K Gold. Avoid anything hard and strong pressure to its surface.
All precious metals should avoid contact with harsh chemicals such as abrasive household cleaning products or styling products, we recommend that you remove the jewellery when:
-Doing housework, D.I.Y work, cooking etc.
-Wearing perfumer, cosmetics, hairspray, lotions and etc.
Clean gold jewellery only with warm water and detergent-free soap, or bring it to your local jeweller and have it professionally cleaned.
Protect your gold jewellery by storing it safely in a jewellery box or keeping it wrapped in a soft cloth when not being worn to avoid scratches.
Always inspect your gold jewellery for weakness or damage and bring it to a professional jeweller for immediate repair.
All types of pearls, cultured, freshwater and simulated require treating with care.
Cosmetics, perfume, hairspray should all be applied and allowed to dry before putting on pearls.
Take care not to pull or snag. After wearing wipe pearls with a soft cloth or tissue. If something spills
or drips on your pearls, give them a good soak in lukewarm water with gentle natural soap (not detergent).