Caring for Your Jewelry
Every precious piece of jewelry from Samie Collection is something to be treasured and to keep your memory of special moments. Caring for your products will keep them in pristine condition so that you can keep your jewelry as beautiful as the day you received them.
- The best way to make sure your jewelry stays beautiful is to keep it clean and clean it regularly.
- Do not wash dishes, clean the house, shower, or swim while wearing jewelry.
- Store each jewelry separately in a jewelry box or a plastic bag. Do not leave it in the bathroom.
Rhodium Plated Jewelry
- To wash rhodium plated jewelry, please soak it in a small bowl of water with a little dish washing liquid added.
- Using a soft facial brush, or a cosmetic brush (similar to brushes used to apply eye shadow), brush gently, dry it with an absorbent cloth after cleaning.
- Do not use silver liquid cleaner to clean rhodium plated jewelry. It can dull or harm the rhodium plating.
- To minimize scratches and other damage, store your jewelry either in a cloth pouch or in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.
- Please avoid contacting harsh household chemicals such as bleach, ammonia, or chlorine, a including swimming pools as these chemicals can damage the jewelry.
Gold Plated Jewelry
- Keep gold-plated jewelry away from hard surfaces and do not handle roughly to keep to avoid scratches.
- Lightly wipe and gently rub your gold-plated jewelry with a damp cotton cloth.
- Keep it in a soft velvet pouch or jewelry box to prevent scratches.
Sterling Silver Jewelry
Please note that silver is a soft metal; no matter how much care is taken, small scratches will appear on the polished surface.
- To prevent tarnishing or staining, clean immediately after use.
- To clean simply wipe with a soft dry cloth. Do not rub it too briskly.
- Do not use polishes and cleaners.
- Dry thoroughly and immediately to avoid spotting.
- Use a jewelry polish cloth periodically
- Store your silver jewelry in a closed box or plastic baggy as silver tarnishes when it exposed to air.
- Prolonged contact with water, fruit juice, or any acidic liquids can damage the surface.
Sterling Silver is a silver alloy made with 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals, such as copper. The copper in sterling silver may may turn the finger green when coming in contact with moisture or certain acids. This chemical reaction is harmless and people with high body acidity often experience this green finger reaction. This does not mean the jewelry is not made with sterling silver or a defective product.
Stainless Steel Jewelry
Steel jewelry is very durable and can withstand a lot of wear and tear. It does not rust but it can tarnish over time.
- Use mild dishwashing liquid in a small bowl
- Wipe it down with a soft cloth.
Cubic Zirconia / Crystalline Stones
Although we use only high quality cubic zirconia in all of our products, the nature of the stones can result in them appearing dull over time due to the buildup of lotion and other oils from the skin, especially when worn often.
- Do not remove rings by pulling on the stones.
- Soak the jewelry in a small bowl of warm water mixed with dish soap; you can gently brush the stones with a soft bristle toothbrush.
- Do not rub in a circular motion as it can scratch the surface of stones.
- Rinse the soap off and dry it with a lint-free cloth.
- Store each piece separately so that stones don’t scratch other stones or metals.