How do you clean jewellery? A question that probably doesn't often occur to you. Because 'stainless steel jewellery doesn't discolour, so it doesn't need to be cleaned, does it?
The byloot range consists for the most part of stainless steel jewellery, which means that you can enjoy your jewellery for an extra long time. Cleaning your jewellery is very important to enjoy your jewellery for a longer time, regardless of the material. There can also be bacteria on your jewellery, which you can get rid of this way.
Cleaning stainless steel jewellery
Stainless steel says it all. This material does not discolour. However, this material also needs to be freshened up from time to time, so that it always shines on your wrist or neck.
- Lay your stainless steel jewellery down on a clean cloth.
Make a lather (without chlorine!) with lukewarm water.
Clean your jewellery by hand or with a cloth in the soapy water.
Then put them back on the clean cloth and pat your jewellery dry.
If you want to remove more dirt from the corners, you can use a soft, unused toothbrush. (First, soak your jewellery in water for a little longer to loosen the dirt.
Finally, you can polish your jewellery with a cloth with baby oil for the finishing touch. Jewellery polishing has never been so easy!
Tip: Are you going to clean your earrings? Then don't forget to put the backs of the earrings in the soapy water. With a cotton bud you can easily remove any dirt.
How do you keep your jewellery clean?
Tips & tricks to keep your jewellery clean:
Take off your jewellery when you are going to exercise
Wait about 30 minutes before putting on your jewellery if you have just applied a cream to your body.
Avoid contact with hairspray, perfume and other sprays
Take off your jewellery when going to sleep
Take off jewellery when in contact with water, such as swimming, washing up or cleaning
Do you follow the above tips, but your jewellery still discolours? It is so that every skin has a different pH value. This value of your skin influences the process of oxidation (discoloration). So it may be that your jewellery discolours faster than that of your friend.