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Care guide

Instructions for cleaning and caring for diamond jewellery

Jewellery, especially diamond jewellery, must be cleaned regularly to keep it looking beautiful. When grease and dirt accumulate on the jewellery, the stones will not shine as beautifully.

You can keep your diamond jewellery sparkling by washing it with dish soap and a soft children's toothbrush. Pour warm water and a drop of dish soap into a plastic bowl or similar. Leave the jewellery soak for a while and then brush the jewellery gently on all sides. Finally, dry with a soft cloth. 

You can also take your jewellery to a jeweller’s to be cleaned. Goldsmiths use special cleaning products suitable for gold and diamond jewellery, and at the same time check the setting of stones and  polish the jewellery if necessary. Diamond jewellery, such as wedding and engagement rings, should be checked approximately every 1–2 years at a goldsmith’s store, as the claws may wear down and loosen slightly over time. 

We recommend that you store jewellery in a softly lined container, for example in the original box, where it will be protected from scratches. We also recommend taking off your rings for the night, before cooking, cleaning or going to the gym. This way you will avoid scratching or accidentally hitting the diamonds on anything hard. 

Properly maintained gold jewellery remains in the best possible condition throughout its life. Remember that jewellery is made to bring joy and beauty, in other words, to be used!