Fashion jewelry will tarnish when exposed to oils, moisture, salts, and acids. Thoroughly wipe each piece of jewelry with a clean soft microfiber cloth as soon as you remove it. The goal is to remove any oil, salt or acid contaminants and to dry the piece.
Store your fashion jewelry in its case, or in your jewelry box, with silica packets that typically come packaged with suitcases and shoes. If you don't have access to moisture-absorbing materials, make sure each jewelry piece is thoroughly dry, then seal it into a Ziplock plastic bag for storage.
Always dry your hands before handling or putting on any piece of fashion jewelry from your collection.
Remove your jewelry before showering, swimming or exercising, and keep away from the water and high temperature.
Minor tarnish can be buffed off with a jewelry polishing cloth that was provided to you as a free gift, but cleaning heavy tarnish may also remove some gold or silver plate from the piece, so go easy.
Store clean and dry in a soft cloth container to avoid scratching the items; store individual pieces separately.
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