With the proper care, you can extend the lifespan and get more wear out of your 1 Gram Jewellery / Gold plated Jewellery. It can’t be said exactly how long it will last – it all depends on how and when you wear it. Your skin pH also affects the plating. There are some people whose skin pH will cause the plating to wear down in limited days!

Tips to Take Care of Gold Plated Jewellery

  • Avoid storing your plated jewelry in something made of oak or cardboard boxes. These materials are often treated with sulphur, which over time will release fumes that will cause your jewellery to tarnish and become damaged. When not in use, we recommend that you place your jewellery in a plastic or silk Zip pouch or soft cloth separate from other jewellery. Please do not use those velvet boxes which you may have with which were gifted to you when you bought gold or diamond jewellery.
  • Every after use, clean your plated jewellery with a cotton ball or a very soft cloth to remove any dust and dirt it has acquired. If your jewellery needs more cleaning you may clean it with warm, soapy water. Don't Keep them with sweat or water content. Don’t use traditional jewellery cleaners on your plated jewellery, or any other chemical-filled solution, not even toothpaste.
  • While wearing your gold plated jewellery don't spray perfumes or other sprays it will interact with your Jewellery's metal and tarnish.  A single spray of these perfumes is good enough to spoil the look and colour of the jewellery or shorten the colour life. Put on your plated jewellery after you have applied lotion, perfume or makeup. Wait until it is dry or it has been absorbed by your skin before you wear your gold plated Jewellery.
  • Materials like oil, nail polish, nail polish remover, Spray, perfume etc. may react with metal used in plated jewellery and will cause it to tarnish easily.
  • Make sure that you don’t forget to remove your gold plated jewellery when you exercise or anything that would require heavy physical work because plating goes with sweat.
  • Chlorine in water also reacts with the metals so remove the ornaments when swimming.
  • Be sure to avoid rubbing plated bangles, bracelets and necklaces against each other. 

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