When treated with the same care with which it was made and by following this simple care guide, you could enjoy much more your new BAIREZ product.
This jewelry is created with the last tendence and utmost care. Follow these simple steps to help keep your jewelry look its best year after year.
. Always store each piece separately.
. Apply beauty products such as perfume, hairspray or deodorant before wearing your jewelry as certain chemicals in these products may damage the finish.
. Always remove your jewelry before swimming, bathing, doing household chores or using abrasive cleaners.
. If your jewelry requires further cleaning, use mild soap, water and a soft cloth. Rinse with clean water and pat dry.
. Use the soft toothbrush to clean if necessary.
. Make sure your jewelry is completely dry before storing.
. To avoid black markings either on your skin or the bangles, be sure to clean your bangles regularly. These markings are due to trapped oil and dirt in the metal and can be easily cleaned.
Sterling silver, gold and platinum are naturally soft metals and should be treated with special care to avoid damage. Avoid exposure to perfumes, oils and household chemicals. If tarnishing occurs wipe with a jewellery cleaning cloth or clean with a suitable cleaning agent.
To restore shine to plated jewellery use a clean soft cloth (such as a clean micro-fibre cloth). Plated jewellery can be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent dissolved in hot water. Do not use caustic cleaning materials (such as “Brasso”) as this may damage the plating. Keep away from hard surfaces as bumps and scratches will cause wear to the plating. To extend the life of your plated jewellery we recommend keeping in a soft pouch or jewellery box, out of direct sunlight and heat.
Resin is strong and durable but should be treated as a ceramic as it can break if dropped or knocked against a hard surface. To restore sheen to your jewellery, simply apply moisturiser. To keep your polished resin jewellery in great condition, simply wipe with a clean, dry cloth. Like many materials, certain colours in resin may change over time, due to the conditions they are exposed to. We do not consider this to be a flaw in the product, merely a characteristic of the product as it ages, giving your piece an individual patina. To prolong the original colours, keep away from sunlight.