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How to clean your jewellery

It's a good idea to give your jewellery a weekly polish with a soft cloth and opt for a deeper clean monthly or whenever your jewellery is starting to look tarnished.

Exposure to the elements, sweat, cleansers, and creams can dull once shiny jewellery over time. Fortunately, you can easily restore your gold and silver jewellery to its former glory. Add a few drops of our Lemon Myrtle and Mandarin Natural Dish Soap to a bowl of warm (not hot) water to create a solution and soak your jewellery for three to five minutes. Remove and rinse with cool water before using a non-abrasive cloth like our Organic Bamboo Cleaning Cloth or a soft toothbrush to remove any lingering grime and gently buff dry.

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