Jewelry Care Tips

These simple tips will help keep your jewelry looking its best for years to come!


Gold-Filled Jewelry

With proper care, gold-filled pieces will last a lifetime and can be re-gifted over and over.

Gold-filled jewelry will rarely need to be cleaned. They can be worn in the shower, but we recommend removing them before swimming in oceans or chlorine pools, working out and avoid spraying perfumes or hairsprays near them. Salt, chlorine, and other harsh chemicals can dull the quality of gold.

Light Cleaning

Gently wipe any residue off with a soft microfiber cloth and polish with a jewelry polishing cloth. Store in a soft pouch to avoid scratches.

Heavy Duty Cleaning

  1. Soak gold-filled jewelry in water mixed with sudsy dish soap for 1 minute to break down dirt and grime.

  2. Scrub with a soft toothbrush. Make sure it is soft, because gold is a soft metal and can get damaged with a hard bristle.

  3. Rinse with clean warm water. We recommend using a clean bowl for this so you don't drop it down the drain!

  4. Pat dry with a clean, lint-free towel.


Gold-Plated & Sterling Silver Jewelry

Store your gold plated or sterling silver jewelry in a zip-lock plastic bag and squeeze out any excess air before sealing it shut. Minimizing oxygen in the bag will help keep the gold plated jewelry bright and shiny.

Remove gold plated and sterling silver jewelry before showering, swimming and working out to lengthen the lifespan of your piece. Wearing gold plated sterling silver and sterling silver pieces often could help maintain the look of your piece, as the oil in your skin can help prevent tarnishing on silver.


Gently rub the gold plated/silver jewelry with a soft, non-abrasive, and lint-free cloth. Do not use a polishing cloth on gold plating, as it may strip away the gold layer. You may use a polishing cloth on sterling silver.