Use the size chart below to identify where your new piece of jewelry will lay.
All of our pieces are coated with a protective layer to insure a less timely effect of tarnish and wear over time. For knowledge on how to prolong the life of your gold plated jewelry, see tips listed below.
How to Take Care of Your Gold Plated Jewelry
1. The gold-plated jewelry you wear must not be sprayed with perfume or any other sprays. Perform this task before putting on the jewelry so that the chemicals contained in the perfume or spray would not contaminate the metal of the jewelry.
2. The gold plated necklace or bracelet must only be put on after the cream or lotion you have applied has been absorbed by your skin or has dried.
3. Tarnishing of the plated or metal jewelry can be easily caused because of reaction taking place with materials like perfume, oil, nail polish, chlorine and nail polish remover. Sweat can cause this problem too, therefore it is necessary to remove such jewelry items when swimming or exercising.
4. Remove any dirt or dust that might have stuck to the jewelry after every use by cleaning it with a soft cloth or a cotton ball. You can restore the shine to the gold-plated jewelry as well by rubbing its surface with a soft jewelry cloth.
5. Don’t make use of antibacterial soaps or jewelry cleaners for cleaning your gold-plated jewelry as chemicals present in them might tarnish it quickly.
6. Keep your gold plated jewelry in a separate jewelry box or place it in a soft cloth after cleaning to avoid any blemishes.