Pearl Care Guide

November 6, 2014

When shopping for jewelry, it is always a good idea to find pieces that remain in fashion. Pearls are stones that never go out of style. If you want to extend the life of your pearls, use the following tips to keep them in top condition.

Put them On After You Get Ready

Constantly exposing your pearls to hairspray, makeup, and perfume can decrease their aesthetic appeal. If you want to keep your pearls in the best condition, you should put them on after you have used all of these beauty products. Take off any rings or bracelets before you use soap or lotion. Make sure you have a safe place to store your pearls.

Wipe Off Your Pearls

Whenever you take off your pearls, you should use a lint-free cloth to wipe them off. You can either use a dry or a slightly dampened cloth to clean the surface of your pearls. If you do use water, leave the jewelry out so the pearls can air dry.

Clean Your Pearls

If a basic wipe with a cloth does not improve the look of your pearls, you might want to clean them. Mix some gentle soap with water and wipe it across the surface of your pearls before gently rinsing it off with some water. Allow them to air dry before you put them away or wear them.

Bring Your Pearls in for Repair

If there are any problems with your pearl jewelry, you should bring it in for repair. The professionals at the jewelry store can correct a small issue before it turns into a big problem. Regular maintenance helps you keep your pearls in top condition.

Tucson’s Fast-Fix Jewelry and Watch Repairs is here to help you keep all of your jewelry looking great. Whether you want to restore the luster to your pearls or fix a broken watchband, we can help. To learn more about our jewelry store or our repair services, visit us online or call (520) 696-0403 or (520) 514-9292.

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