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Jewelry Care

Caring for gold filled and gold plated jewelry is important to maintain their beauty and prolong their lifespan. Here are some general tips on how to care for these types of jewelry:

    1. Keep it clean: Clean your gold filled and gold plated jewelry regularly to remove dirt, oils, and other residue that can accumulate on the surface. Use a soft, non-abrasive cloth or a jewelry cleaning solution specifically designed for gold filled or gold plated jewelry. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that can scratch or damage the jewelry.

    2. Avoid moisture: Keep your gold filled and gold plated jewelry dry and avoid exposing them to moisture for prolonged periods. Remove your jewelry before swimming, bathing, or engaging in activities that may cause it to come into contact with water. Moisture can cause tarnishing or discoloration in gold filled and gold plated jewelry.

    3. Store properly: Store your gold filled and gold plated jewelry in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and air exposure. Avoid storing them in humid areas or in airtight containers, as moisture can accelerate tarnishing or discoloration.

    4. Handle with care: Avoid rough handling or excessive bending of your gold filled and gold plated jewelry, as they can easily scratch or break. Put on your jewelry after applying cosmetics, lotions, and perfumes, as these products can contain chemicals that may react with the metal and cause tarnishing or discoloration.

    5. Limit exposure to harsh substances: Avoid exposing your gold filled and gold plated jewelry to harsh substances such as bleach, chemicals, or abrasive materials. These can cause damage to the jewelry's surface and degrade the gold layer.

    6. Touch up with care: If your gold filled or gold plated jewelry starts to show signs of tarnishing or discoloration, you can use a jewelry polishing cloth or a mild jewelry cleaner to gently polish the surface. However, be careful not to rub too vigorously or for too long, as it can remove the gold layer.

By following these care tips, you can help extend the lifespan and maintain the beauty of your gold filled and gold plated jewelry for years to come. 

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