Global Care and cleaning of Pandora jewelry

Care and cleaning of Pandora jewelry


Every day, thou­sands of peo­ple buy bracelets, bracelet charms, ear­rings, chains and Pan­do­ra rings. Women and young girls use these jew­el­ry every day, both in every­day life and in addi­tion to their image for fes­tive events. Like all jew­el­ry, Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry needs care. And this must be under­stood if We want Our prod­ucts to always look new, shiny and spec­tac­u­lar. The care itself must be cor­rect and thor­ough, because, as we know, Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry is made from 925 ster­ling sil­ver, and Pan­do­ra Rose from a unique jew­el­ry alloy. The Pan­do­ra Shine col­lec­tion is plat­ed with 18 carat gold plat­ing, which makes these pieces of jew­el­ery a rich­er yel­low col­or.

How to prop­er­ly care for jew­el­ry and pre­vent them from get­ting dark? The answers to these ques­tions fol­low!

Pandora is everyday jewelry

For starters, you need to under­stand that any sil­ver in use dark­ens. This is evi­denced by the pres­ence of cop­per in the sil­ver alloy. The chem­i­cal com­po­si­tion of the air, humid­i­ty, cos­met­ic prepa­ra­tions, skin char­ac­ter­is­tics, all this can cause sil­ver to dark­en. When in con­tact with chem­i­cals, hair­spray, per­fumes, chlo­rine, this process is great­ly accel­er­at­ed. Dark­en­ing of sil­ver is not a man­u­fac­tur­ing defect, but sim­ply the result of its dai­ly use. In order to keep your Pan­do­ra in an unsur­passed form for a long time, you need to know a few rules and not take care of it like ordi­nary sil­ver.

How to protect jewelry from darkening and scratches?

When doing house­work, using cos­met­ics and deter­gents, it is bet­ter to remove sil­ver jew­el­ry. It is rec­om­mend­ed to remove jew­el­ry when vis­it­ing the pool, sauna or play­ing sports. Do not allow the inter­ac­tion of jew­el­ry from lotions, creams and per­fumes. Try not to get water on the prod­ucts, because the oxi­da­tion process takes place and the soon­er you start to fol­low this, the soon­er your jew­el­ry will remain new and will not lose its appear­ance.

Some­times, dec­o­ra­tions need to be giv­en time to “rest”. Store your jew­el­ry in bags offered by Pan­do­ra. Pan­do­ra Rose is best stored in white bags.

As you may have noticed, the Pan­do­ra box­es that come as a gift with the pur­chase of prod­ucts are not air­tight. They do not con­tain dense dec­o­ra­tions, so it is advis­able to store them sep­a­rate­ly so that they can­not touch each oth­er. This way you will avoid unwant­ed scratch­es on the prod­ucts. You can, of course, store it in a box, far apart, if you are not going to trans­port it.

How to clean Pandora jewelry?

Reg­u­lar buff­ing will help avoid dark spots and keep the sil­ver’s mag­i­cal lus­ter, how­ev­er, it can­not remove any scratch­es. For pol­ish­ing, use the spe­cial Pan­do­ra pol­ish­ing cloth offered by Frago­la. If there is no such nap­kin or you have not yet pur­chased it, you can use a fab­ric, but with­out lint, which is suit­able for all Pan­do­ra prod­ucts. Light fric­tion of jew­el­ry with such a cloth will lead to pol­ish­ing of the prod­ucts, it will give them an ini­tial shine, but it will not suc­ceed in remov­ing sig­nif­i­cant stains.

One of the safest ways to clean Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry is to use warm water and liq­uid, non-aggres­sive soap. Pour some warm water into the ves­sel, fill it with liq­uid soap and dip the jew­el­ry into it. After that, rinse them in warm water and wipe with a dry cloth. If your jew­el­ry is too dirty, soak it in a soapy solu­tion for up to 10 min­utes, rub it with a dry, non-hard brush, which you can pur­chase in the Pan­do­ra care kit, which includes both black and white pol­ish­ing wipes, and wipe the jew­el­ry dry. Thus, you will elim­i­nate pol­lu­tion as much as pos­si­ble. How­ev­er, I advise you not to par­tic­u­lar­ly rub the jew­el­ry with a brush. This clean­ing process should be car­ried out care­ful­ly and not for a long time, so as not to dam­age the top lay­er of the prod­ucts. I do not rec­om­mend using spe­cial sil­ver clean­ers and ultra­son­ic clean­ers, tooth­paste, soda and oth­er prod­ucts, they can also dam­age the oxi­dized parts of Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry. Use only liq­uid, non-aggres­sive soap!

For dai­ly clean­ing of both sil­ver Pan­do­ra bracelets and leather bracelets, use a white pol­ish­ing cloth. Sil­i­cone insert jew­el­ry (includ­ing Charms from the ESSENCE col­lec­tion) should not be exposed to sil­ver pol­ish­ing liq­uids and tem­per­a­ture extremes, which can soft­en the sil­i­cone parts and weak­en their adhe­sion to the bracelet. To clean, use a com­bi­na­tion of warm soapy water and a soft brush, then rinse thor­ough­ly with clean water. PANDORA enam­el is made with­out the addi­tion of glass, mak­ing it more durable. It is rec­om­mend­ed to clean in warm soapy water with a soft brush or sim­ply use a white pol­ish­ing cloth. If we talk about glass, for dai­ly care it is enough to wipe the prod­ucts with a white pol­ish­ing cloth. Use warm water and liq­uid soap to clean, then wipe with a soft cloth. If the glass begins to tar­nish, it is enough to treat it with min­er­al oil using a lint-free cloth and wipe it gen­tly with a clean cloth. Pol­ish­ing cloth con­tain­ing a chem­i­cal solu­tion is only suit­able for pro­cess­ing met­al sur­faces.


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