Jewellery care

Sand Jewellery Care Instructions
Our jewellery is pretty hard-wearing but to get the best out of your pieces and ensure they last a lifetime please try to adhere to the following advice. This will keep your pieces looking their best.

Scrapes
Try to avoid bumping and scratching or sleeping in your sand jewellery. These materials can be scratched. If you do get a scratch, the car wax does a wonderful job of removing scratches with just a little hand rubbing. Just treat your jewelry with care and with common sense, and you shouldn’t have a problem.

Abrasives
Sometimes a damp microfibre, chammy or silk cloth will polish your piece nicely.

Water
Do NOT submerge your jewellery pieces in water. Sand jewellery is NOT water proof, only water resistant. So please remember to remove your jewellery before showers, swimming, washing up etc.

Sunlight
Store your jewellery out of direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause jewellery to discolour and soften.

Smoking
If your piece is in regular contact with smoke it may discolour. However, some clients have worn their pieces for years without discolouration.

Chemicals
Avoid exposing your jewellery to harsh chemicals and cleaning products. This includes perfume, hair spray, cleaning solutions, nail polish remover, antibacterial hand sanitiser etc. Solvents will react and cause it to become scaly, yellow, chip or break down completely.

Polishing Silver and Gold Settings
We recommend using a silver polishing cloth for your silver jewellery findings and settings but be careful not to use it on the resin part of your piece. Gently rub it on your charm bead cores, cufflinks, stacking rings etc to bring out the shine.