Jewelry Care and Maintenance
THE TEST OF TIME
Mystigrey's creations are renowned for their unsurpassed originality and enduring beauty. Masterfully crafted from .925 sterling silver of superlative quality, our Jewelry collections are ornamented with magnificent gemstones boasting unrivaled brilliance and opulence offset by their bewildering color.
FOR .925 STERLING SILVER PLATED RHODIUM JEWELRY
With proper care and regular cleaning, rhodium-plated .925 sterling silver jewelry can preserve its beautiful appearance over the years to come.
Mild liquid soap and lukewarm water, paired with a soft, small brush, is the easiest way to clean and maintain Mystigrey pieces.
In case the jewelry is very dirty, leave it to soak in lukewarm, soapy water for 10 minutes before carefully rinsing. Pat-dry with a soft cloth.
Avoid using any abrasives or chemicals on your rhodium-plated sterling silver jewelry, such as silver dips and ammonia-based products. Also, don’t use toothbrushes or polishing cloths that are intended for use on uncoated silver or gold jewelry, and don’t place the jewelry in an ultrasonic cleaner.
FOR 18K PLATED GOLD JEWELRY
To maintain the color and luster of your Mystigrey Jewelry pieces:
Avoid spraying perfume or applying lotion or cream while wearing your items so that they don’t interact with your jewelry’s metal. Instead, choose to wear your pieces after you have sprayed on your favorite perfume or after the lotion or cream has been absorbed into the skin.
Avoid exposure to substances like oil, nail polish, nail polish remover and chlorine. It is recommended to remove your 18K gold-plated jewelry in sauna, Jacuzzi, etc.
In case the jewelry is very dirty, leave it to soak in lukewarm, soapy water for 10 minutes before carefully rinsing. Pat-dry with a soft cloth. Don’t use antibacterial soaps or jewelry cleaners, which may contain certain ingredients that will cause the gold plating to fade more quickly.
FOR STAINLESS STEEL
Stainless steel jewelry requires little maintenance.
Pour warm water in a small bowl and add a few drops of mild dishwashing liquid. Use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe the stainless steel jewelry with the soapy water until the dirt and grime is removed. Make sure to rub the item along its polish lines in order to preserve its luster and high-shine polish for longer. Once clean, wipe the remaining soap using a moist cloth dipped in clean lukewarm water and leave the pieces to air-dry on a clean towel.
You may choose to use a jewelry polish or polishing cloth to shine it.