Teall Caring for Your PVD Gold-Plated Jewellery

Teall Caring for Your PVD Gold-Plated Jewellery

 

  1. Gentle Cleaning:
  • Regularly wipe your PVD gold-plated jewellery with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt, oils, and sweat. Gently pat it dry with a clean, soft cloth.
  1. Mild Soap and Water:
  • For deeper cleaning, use a mild soap diluted in lukewarm water. Gently clean the jewellery with a soft brush or cloth, ensuring no abrasive materials are used.
  1. Avoid Harsh Chemicals:
  • Avoid exposing your PVD gold-plated jewellery to harsh chemicals, including household cleaners, perfumes, and lotions. These can strip the gold plating.
  1. No Abrasive Materials:
  • Avoid using abrasive materials or brushes that could scratch or wear away the PVD gold plating.
  1. Storage:
  • Store your PVD gold-plated jewellery separately in a soft pouch or lined jewellery box to prevent scratches and contact with other metals.
  1. Minimal Moisture:
  • Prevent prolonged exposure to moisture, such as wearing your jewellery while swimming, bathing, or participating in water-related activities.
  1. Avoid Friction:
  • Be cautious when wearing PVD gold-plated jewellery with other pieces that may cause friction, as this can lead to wear over time.
  1. No Polishing Needed:
  • PVD gold-plated jewellery typically doesn't require polishing. Simply cleaning it gently should help maintain its appearance.
  1. Professional Care:
  • For intricate or gemstone-adorned PVD gold-plated jewellery, consider professional cleaning to ensure all components remain in optimal condition.
  1. Hypoallergenic Properties:
  • PVD gold-plated jewellery is often hypoallergenic, but if you experience skin irritation, discontinue use and consult a dermatologist.
  1. Avoiding Extreme Conditions:
  • Protect your PVD gold-plated jewellery from extreme temperatures, heavy impact, and pressure, which can affect its durability.

 

  1. Check for Wear:
  • Periodically inspect your PVD gold-plated jewellery for signs of wear, discoloration, or chipping. If you notice any issues, consider having it professionally restored or re-plated.

By following these care instructions, you can enjoy your PVD gold-plated jewellery for a long time while maintaining its radiant appearance.