Wearing and storing jewellery
As a consumer, you have an obligation to use and store the product correctly.
- Jewellery is the first things that are removed when you get home and the last things that are put on when you leave your home.
- Jewellery is damaged by household chemicals, cosmetics, perfumes, creams and hair care products. Sweat, water or moisture can make the surfaces of jewellery dull, so before sports or washing, the jewellery must be removed.
- Silver and gold are delicate materials and can deform as a result of physical pressure or stretching.
- It is important to protect jewellery from shocks, falls and hits. As a result, the stone may come out in the nest, or the stone attachment may suffer.
- When removing jewelry, do not pull it from stones.
- It is not advisable to wear jewellery while sleeping, as their shape may be deformed while you sleep. Chains and earring locks are especially sensitive to this.
- It is recommended that the jewellery should be kept separate from each other, for example, in a sachet or box to avoid scratches.