Caring for Pandora Jewelry


Like any oth­er jew­el­ry, Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry requires con­stant care and care­ful main­te­nance, and then they will delight you with their beau­ty and bril­liance for a long time, like on the first day of pur­chase.

With fre­quent use, sil­ver tends to dark­en and this is a nat­ur­al process. This arti­cle gives tips on how to keep your jew­el­ry shiny or restore it if it has already fad­ed a bit.

There are many chem­i­cal liq­uid sil­ver clean­ers avail­able online, but these are not the best choice for clean­ing Pan­do­ra charms and bracelets. I would even say that I cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly do not advise using them — their com­po­si­tion is too spe­cif­ic and caus­tic, it destroys the oxi­dized film on prod­ucts, removes all oxi­dized frag­ments from charms and bracelets. Such prod­ucts are ide­al for pure sil­ver prod­ucts with­out oxi­da­tion ele­ments and detail­ing. And charms and pen­dants with pearls, stones or enam­el in gen­er­al will be hope­less­ly dam­aged by these pow­er­ful means.

A few years ago, I pur­chased a sim­i­lar prod­uct (very well-estab­lished in the US mar­ket) and tried to clean my charms.

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In the pho­to below you can see the result of clean­ing one charm. Is it real­ly dif­fer­ent from the orig­i­nal?


And I was not able to restore the for­mer look of the charm. I don’t exper­i­ment any­more on charms, but I use this tool for peri­od­ic clean­ing of the bracelet, I just immerse it in the liq­uid not com­plete­ly, but hold­ing it by the lock so that the black­en­ing on the let­ters does not wear off.

It is bet­ter to start car­ing for prod­ucts from the first day of pur­chase — after all, the more care­ful­ly you treat your jew­el­ry, the longer they will serve you and delight you with their radi­ance. Sil­ver, react­ing with var­i­ous sub­stances that we use every day, has the abil­i­ty to tar­nish. This applies to such things as: per­fumes, skin creams, salt and chlo­ri­nat­ed water. Your nat­ur­al lev­el also affects oxi­da­tion. pH — depend­ing on its val­ue, jew­el­ry will oxi­dize faster or slow­er. You can’t pre­dict this in advance, we are all so unique.

Cleaning bracelets, charms and rings at Pandora

Most Pan­do­ra stores in Europe, Asia and the US have a small son­ic sil­ver clean­er.

This ser­vice is free and avail­able to all vis­i­tors — such a nice bonus for own­ers of brand jew­el­ry, regard­less of where you pur­chased your prod­ucts in this par­tic­u­lar store or in anoth­er. So when you go on a trip abroad, do not for­get to bring your charms and bracelets with you. Regard­ing the pro­vi­sion of such a ser­vice in Ukrain­ian Pan­do­ra stores, I can’t say — you need to check direct­ly with them.

Cleaning charms and bracelets at home

There are sev­er­al ways to clean Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry that are well-estab­lished and quite afford­able at home.

The first. You will need warm water and reg­u­lar soap (or dish­wash­ing liq­uid). Pre­pare a soap solu­tion by adding soap or a lit­tle deter­gent to the water and dip all your jew­el­ry into it. Leave on for 15 to 30 min­utes, then take a soft (non-abra­sive) tooth­brush and rub each charm gen­tly until you achieve the desired result. After­wards, rinse and pat dry with a tow­el. Instead of soap solu­tion, you can also use tooth­paste or tooth pow­der. This method is suit­able for clean­ing sil­ver charms and bracelets, charms with stones and mura­no. Not suit­able for nat­ur­al and imi­ta­tion pearls, leather bracelets and wood prod­ucts.


Sec­ond. You will need bak­ing soda and warm water. Dip the bracelet in water, pour in soda and shake the bracelet in it a lit­tle (just don’t be too zeal­ous so that the soda par­ti­cles do not scratch the prod­ucts), leave the jew­el­ry in this solu­tion for a day. Rinse thor­ough­ly and dry with a tow­el prod­ucts and you will be sur­prised how they are trans­formed!

There are also many ways to clean with cit­ric acid, ammo­nia. Many peo­ple rec­om­mend boil­ing prod­ucts with foil, but I pre­fer more gen­tle meth­ods so as not to harm.

Cleaning and Polishing Cloths – Pandora Polishing Cloth

Pol­ish­ing your Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry with a pol­ish­ing cloth is a great way to keep your charms in top con­di­tion. They return the lost shine to the prod­ucts — just take and wipe all the jew­el­ry well. Of course, the wipes do not remove the scratch­es, but the charms will shine brighter.

In the Pan­do­ra store, along with the pur­chase of a bracelet, they give these nap­kins:


I rec­om­mend these — Pan­do­ra Pol­ish­ing Cloth — they are an order of mag­ni­tude bet­ter in qual­i­ty, they can be pur­chased at any Pan­do­ra store (for­eign). The fab­ric has a spe­cial impreg­na­tion, thanks to which it not only cleans and restores shine, but also cov­ers the jew­el­ry with a pro­tec­tive film. Remem­ber that such a nap­kin can­not be wet­ted, so as not to wash off this impreg­na­tion.


Caring for your Pandora leather bracelets

Pan­do­ra leather bracelets are also easy to care for at home. To do this, use a light hand cream, this will soft­en the skin, sat­u­rate it and help avoid creas­es and scratch­es.

Fol­low these sim­ple tips to make your leather bracelet last longer:

  • - remove the bracelet at night so that it does not stretch;
  • - do not put more charms on him, what the man­u­fac­tur­er rec­om­mends (read here);
  • - try to avoid water, do not for­get to remove the bracelet before going to the pool or swim­ming in the sea.

If the bracelet does get wet, remove all charms from it and let it dry at room tem­per­a­ture.

Use clips for a bracelet only with spe­cial sil­i­cone stop­pers, then they will not slide over the bracelet, there­by not scratch­ing it.

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Caring for Pandora Textile Bracelets

Tex­tile bracelets also require care­ful han­dling. Of course, they are not as del­i­cate as leather ones, but it is still worth neglect­ing care. The fab­ric of this bracelet tends to get dirty, so the main rule of care is to peri­od­i­cal­ly clean the bracelet with soap and warm water. Remem­ber that prop­er care and accu­ra­cy will help pre­serve the orig­i­nal appear­ance of jew­el­ry for many years.

You can also turn to spe­cial­ized jew­el­ry work­shops, where your jew­el­ry will be care­ful­ly tak­en care of and you will receive it back in almost pris­tine con­di­tion. Usu­al­ly jew­el­ry bou­tique sell­ers know good work­shops and can rec­om­mend them to you.

I hope that my advice and rec­om­men­da­tions will help you in car­ing for Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry, and they will last you a long time and bring many hap­py moments!

And if you have your own secrets for the care and clean­ing of Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry, feel free to share with us in the com­ments.


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