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Caring for Handmade Jewelry Over the Long Run Homemade jewelry is often a preferred choice in jewelry purchasing since it’s more likely that the pieces will be unique instead of mass produced by bigger retailers. Supporting homemade jewelry designers can also mean supporting local small businesses. Of course once you purchase some homemade jewelry you will want to take great care to make sure that you can keep it for the long run. Homemade jewelry tends to be a little more delicate than other types, so it’s important to clean it regularly to keep it free of chemicals and oils that tend to collect from day to day life. When you wear jewelry a lot you should also be making sure to clean it a lot. Choosing the right cleaner is going to be very important. It would be a huge mistake to use the same cleaner that you use on your gold jewelry with your homemade jewelry since it can actually harm gemstones and beading. Gold and silver jewelry always require different types of cleaning since they are different metals. It’s actually possible to keep jewelry clean just by using some soap and water to relieve it of residue, or you can use a gentle jewelry cleaning machine. To allow your jewelry to dry properly you’ll want to pat it dry gentle and then let it sit out to dry completely. Of course it’s also an important consideration in how you actually store you jewelry.
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Silver tends to tarnish quickly which is why it must be stored in airtight containers. The bags that jewelry come in are great for storage since they’re airtight and also protect the jewelry from being scratched by other jewelry. Neckalces of course do tend to tangle easily so feel free and hang any that are made of metals that won’t tarnish in the air.
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How you treat your jewelry while you wear it can be as important as how you take care of it when you’re not wearing it. Never wear your jewelry when you are cleaning, sitting out at the beach, or while you’re swimming. Even saltwater and the sun can damage jewelry. Beads and gemstones are also fragile in the sense that they can be knocked off of jewelry if you’re not careful. When you take good care of your homemade jewelry while you’re wearing it, cleaning it, and storing it, you will be able to extend its life and enjoy its unique beauty for years to come.