These are the four things you need to avoid while taking care of your jewellery
Accessories including jewellery are a very important part of styling. Ask anyone and it’s jewellery that allures them and while we love having an extensive collection, maintaining them to ensure their longevity doesn’t come easy. There are multiple things which we have to keep in mind which often tend to slip thus resulting in your favourite pieces looking tarnished and poor.
Mr Saurabh Khandelwal, owner, Dhanvi Diamonds says, “Taking care of jewellery is an art and it calls for a proper understanding of metal, stone and previous element it is made of.”
Here are four basic points you need to keep in mind while taking care of and storing your jewellery properly.
Swimming and sporting jewellery don’t go hand in hand
Whether it is gold or silver, it is advisable that you avoid wearing jewellery while swimming. Khandelwal says, “Why we suggest this is because there are chemicals that are added to the water on a regular basis. The higher proportion of chlorine in the water may destroy your jewellery and at times also weaken the joints of intricate pieces.”