KEEP YOUR DIAMONDS IN GOOD CONDITION
Try not to touch the diamond: If you love how your diamond sparkles, try to keep your fingers off it. As you touch it, you pass oil from your fingers to the diamond, which can make it look dull.
Remove your ring when working with chemicals: Chemicals may make your bathtub sparkling clean, but they aren’t doing your diamond ring any favours. When you’re cleaning, take your ring off, or put rubber gloves on to protect your hands and ring.
Take your Jewelry off before doing hard work: When you’re doing things like making home repairs, your Jewelry can be scratched. You could also knock the diamond out of the setting. You should remove it when you’re gardening, moving furniture, or performing heavy lifting. You should also take it off before playing contact sports.
Take off diamonds before swimming: The chlorine isn’t particularly good for diamonds. In addition, it’s easy to lose a diamond in a pool, as your skin shrinks. Your ring may slip off, or an earring could pop out of your ear. It’s best to take the Jewelry out before you take the plunge.
Wait to put your Jewelry on: You should wait to put it on until after you shower, as the soap can make a dull layer on your diamonds. When getting ready in the morning, put your Jewelry on last. Using makeup, fragrances, hairspray, and lotions around your Jewelry can damage it.
HOW TO MAINTAIN AND PROTECT YOUR DIAMONDS
Keep your Jewelry in a padded box: Diamonds can be scratched by rough containers, as well as by other diamonds. Keep each piece separated in its own padded box to help protect it over time.
HOW TO CLEAN DIAMOND JEWELRY
Rinse and dry: Wash the Jewelry in luke warm and clean RO water for 5-minute maximum to remove dirt. Use a soft cloth (velvate) to dry off the diamond and the rest of the Jewelry. If you’re worried about dropping the Jewelry in the sink, place it in a strainer to rinse it.