How to care for your jewelry

How to care for your jewelry

General Overview:
Stainless steel jewelry with PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) gold plating is known for its durability and resistance to corrosion. However, to ensure the longevity of the gold plating and maintain the shine of your jewelry, it's essential to follow certain care instructions.


  1. Regular Cleaning: Use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe down the jewelry to remove any dust, sweat, or oils. This can help maintain its shine and prevent any buildup.
  2. Deep Cleaning: Mix a few drops of mild dish soap with warm water. Dip the cloth into the solution and gently wipe the jewelry. Ensure you rinse the piece with water and dry it thoroughly afterward.


  1. Store your PVD gold-plated stainless steel jewelry in a cool, dry place.
  2. Use a soft pouch or a dedicated jewelry box to prevent scratches.
  3. Keep pieces separate to avoid them rubbing together and causing scratches or other damages.

Wear & Tear:

  1. Avoid wearing your PVD gold-plated jewelry during activities that can cause excessive sweating, such as workouts or sauna sessions.
  2. Remove jewelry when swimming, especially in chlorinated or saltwater, as this can accelerate the wear of the gold plating.
  3. Be cautious when using perfumes, lotions, and other chemicals. It's advisable to apply them and allow them to dry before putting on your jewelry.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals:

  1. Exposure to household chemicals or acidic substances can affect the color and shine of your gold-plated jewelry.
  2. When cleaning, remove jewelry to prevent exposure to chemicals.


  1. If the jewelry starts to look a bit dull, use a jewelry polishing cloth to restore its shine. Ensure the cloth is suitable for gold-plated items.

Professional Maintenance:

  1. If your jewelry needs repairs or replating, seek a professional jeweler familiar with PVD gold-plated stainless steel.

By following these care instructions, you can ensure the longevity and luster of your stainless steel jewelry with PVD gold plating. Remember, while it's more durable than traditional gold-plated items, taking the time to care for it will keep it looking its best for years to come.

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