G-Clef & Notes White Gold-Plated Necklace
Material: White Gold-Plated Metal
Plated Jewelry Care
Gold-plated jewelry is a popular choice for those who want the look of gold without the full cost of a solid gold piece. Gold plating refers to a layer of gold placed on a metal base, such as brass or copper. However, as the gold layer is relatively thin, it is important to care for gold plated jewelry properly to extend its life and maintain its appearance. Here are some tips for caring for your gold-plated jewelry:
1. Avoid exposing gold plated jewelry to chemicals such as perfume, lotions, hair products, chlorine, etc. These products can damage gold plating and cause it to lose its shine.
2. Do not wear gold-plated jewelry while bathing or swimming in the pool, as prolonged exposure to water and chlorine can damage the gold plating.
3. Be sure to store gold plated jewelry separately in a jewelry bag or box to prevent it from being scratched or damaged by other objects.
4. Clean your gold-plated jewelry regularly with a soft, dry cloth to remove any buildup of dirt, oils, or perspiration. If you need a more thorough cleaning, you can soak the jewelry in a bowl of warm water and mild soap for a few minutes, then dry it carefully.
5. Avoid wearing gold-plated jewelry while doing physical activities or sports, as sweat and friction can damage the gold plating.
By following these tips, you can take care of your gold-plated jewelry and keep it in good condition for a long time.