Everybody loves it when they purchase something that serves them for a very long period of time. But then they usually forget the fact that it all boils down to how they maintain their properties.
If you want your jewelry to last for a very long time, and you also want to gain the respect of people whenever you wear them, you have to follow these simple tips:
1. You have to know the right time to wear them and when not to wear them.
You may actually decide to wear your jewelry to your friend's party which will be happening at the pool. That’s very nice.
But when it’s time to enter the swimming pool, you have to take it off.
The same rule applies to any strenuous activity you’ll be part of.
Hence, you shouldn't also wait until you want to go to bed before you remove your jewels. Pull them when it’s time to work on the farm, swim, exercise, or do anything very stressful.
2. Always Keep it Away from Chemicals or Wetness: To avoid unnecessary cracks, water stains, or completely losing their sparkle, keep your jewelry away from chemicals or wetness.
Furthermore, you must ensure that you keep them away from your haircare products, body lotions, and other substances that contain high chemical content.
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