Caring for your pieces

High Grace Jewelry Care Guide

To ensure your High Grace jewelry retains its pristine allure, follow these simple care instructions:

When to Remove Your Jewelry:

  • Bathing: Remove your jewelry before stepping into the shower or bath. Exposure to soaps and shampoos can dull the brilliance of gems and metals over time.
  • Working Out: Sweat and friction can accelerate wear and tear on jewelry. It's best to remove your High Grace pieces before engaging in vigorous physical activities.
  • Swimming: Chlorine in pools and saltwater in the ocean can be corrosive to metals and gemstones. Take off your jewelry before taking a dip to preserve its luster.
  • Applying Beauty Products: Avoid exposing your jewelry to lotions, hairsprays, perfumes, and other beauty products. Chemicals in these products can tarnish metals and damage delicate gemstones.
  • Avoid Harmful Chemicals: Keep your jewelry away from contact with harsh chemicals, including household cleaners and cosmetics containing harsh abrasives.

Cleaning Your Jewelry:

  • Warm Water & Mild Soap: After each wear, gently clean your jewelry using warm water and a mild soap. Use a soft cloth to remove any dirt or residue. Avoid abrasive cleaners, as they can scratch or damage delicate surfaces.
  • Polishing Chains: To restore the shine of chains and metal surfaces, gently polish them with a soft cloth. Avoid using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals that can scratch or discolor the metal.
  • Proper Storage: Store your High Grace jewelry in a clean, dry place, away from moisture. To prevent tangling and scratching, store each piece separately or use individual compartments in a jewelry box.

By following these simple care instructions, you can preserve the beauty and brilliance of your High Grace jewelry.

If you have any questions or concerns about caring for your jewelry, please don't hesitate to contact our customer service team. We're here to help!