JEWELRY CARE / MAINTENANCE & WARRANTY

Wish your jewelry will shine for a long time?  Please take a look at recommended jewelry maintenance, as a guide to caring for & protecting your precious Cremation Jewelry like the priceless treasures they are.

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Warning: 

Some hand Sanitizers have been turning the resin of the lighter jewelry mainly the white opal a color yellowish color. We have not been able to narrow down the brands of sanitizer or why.  The only common denominator that we have noticed is the excessive use of hand sanitizer since the corona virus.  It has only been on a few rings less than a 6 out of thousands.  Please avoid putting this chemical on a white ring, We have not seen any effect what so ever on the darker colored rings.

Jewelry Cleaning

Use these simple, basic guidelines for the care and cleaning of your fine jewelry:

  • Store your jewelry in a clean, dry place.

  • Keep your jewelry in a fabric-lined jewelry case or a box with compartments and dividers. If you prefer to use ordinary boxes, wrap each piece individually in soft tissue paper.

  • Don't mix your jewelry pieces in a drawer or jewelry case. Pieces can scratch each other.

  • Be careful when removing your jewelry to wash your hands. Do not leave your jewelry on the rim of a sink where it can easily slip down the drain.

  • There are many types of small machines on the market that will clean jewelry in a matter of minutes using high-frequency sound. These machines are called ultrasonic cleaners and are available in many different models and prices. If your jewelry is made from wood, avoid any and all forms of water. Wood can swell, in turn to the point of breaking the wood or popping the stones and ashes.

Q.    What if my Jewelry dulls, cracks, or holes develop?

A.    If your jewelry has dulled, this can mean that a harsh chemical has come into contact with your jewelry. We have found the best over-the-counter solution to quickly bring that new shine back to your coveted piece of cremation jewelry.  Many local auto part stores or places like Walmart Carry a product called Meguiar's PlastX Clear Plastic Cleaner & Polish. You can find it in the automotive section. Simply take a cloth with a drop or two of the PlastX on the soft cloth and rub the piece for a few minutes.  You will soon see that luster comes back.
Holes and cracks
Items that will break down the resin that binds your jewelry: Isopropyl alcohol, perfumes, makeup, rubbing alcohol, some medications, mouthwash, aftershave, hairspray, mousse, body washes, nail polish removers, bug sprays, car care items, degreasers, glass cleaners, essential oils, disinfectant wipes, multipurpose cleaners, for example, but are not limited to. 
Other items that will degrade your jewelry are anything that is Low VOC Solvent-based items like Benzene, formaldehyde, toluene, flammable alcohols, household cleaning solvents, gasoline, and other liquid combustion fuels, but not limited to.
Exposure to these items will run the risk of developing holes and cracks within the jewelry and will void any warranty,


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