There’s a reason generations of women have been getting dressed with jewellery last, as a finishing touch! Lotions, cosmetics, hair spray and hair products will accelerate tarnishing so make sure you avoid contact.
It’s also a good idea to remove silver jewellery when doing household chores. Contact with household chemicals, perspiration, rubber, and chlorinated will cause corrosion and tarnish.
Storing silver in airtight plastic bags with anti-tarnish strips is a great preventative measure. Just make sure you don’t store multiple jewellery pieces in the same bag: silver is a soft metal, so the individual pieces can scratch each other. try to make sure that the storage area has low humidity. You can also place a piece of chalk, a packet of activated charcoal, or a container of silica gel in the storage area to minimise tarnish.
We suggest taking your silver beauties to a professional silver cleaner if the tarnish is severe. Very old, fragile, or valuable pieces should also be cleaned by a professional. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make your SOL jewellery as new.
Light tarnish can easily be removed with a soft toothbrush and a hand sanitiser. Apply a few drops of hand sanitiser to your filigree jewellery and then brush gently with a soft toothbrush
Rinse with warm water and let them dry well before wearing or storing again.
The secret is the alcohol in the hand sanitiser. Alcohol will remove light tarnish and will not harm your silver filigree. Let them dry well before wearing or storing again.
Please email us for further information or any questions you may have about the care of your filigree jewellery at: email@example.com