Congrats, you must have bought some rad products that are keeping you on the path of enjoying life and really living those in between moments. Now your wondering, "how do I keep this looking its best?" Well, lets talk about the products first. All of our jewelry products, whether trend or precious, are plated Gold, Rhodium, Rose Gold or have a protective coating. It is very possible that over time from continuous wear, plating will fade. This is unavoidable over the lifetime of any plated jewelry. That's ok, because just like life we get battered and bruised a bit but those are the marks of a great lived life. But, because of this we recommend the following cautions.
Always store each piece separately. The best way to store your necklaces is to hang them. Apply beauty products such as perfume, hairspray or deodorant and let dry before wearing your jewelry as certain chemicals in these products may damage the finish. Always remove your jewelry before swimming, doing swan dives off a cliff, bathing, doing household chores or using abrasive cleaners.
If your jewelry requires further cleaning, use mild soap, water and a soft cloth. Rinse with clean water and pat dry. Never use jewelry cleaner on trend pieces. Jewelry cleaners are too harsh and may contain abrasives.
Make sure your jewelry is completely dry before storing. To avoid black markings either on your skin or the jewelry, be sure to clean your jewelry regularly. These markings are due to trapped oil and dirt in the metal and can be easily cleaned.
These mugs are pretty hardy, made with white stone clay but just like any dishware be kind. You can totally go the hand-washing route or throw it in the dishwasher your call. Throw is a figure of speech (place it in the dishwasher).
Got your board a bit sloppy did you? No worries, nothing a little soapy water can't clean up. Whatever you do, DO NOT PUT IN DISHWASHER! That hot bubble bath will certainly do some damage to this masterpiece. Natural oils are always good, so if its used often should be all set. If you feel the need, you could also rub in a little cooking oil with a rag on to this bad boy.