Jewelry. Published at Thursday, June 01st 2017, 14:47:25 PM by Kamille.
The worst place you can put it is in a jewelry box already filled with other jewelry all jumbled together, where it can become scratched or more seriously hurt. The best place you can put jewelry is in individual leather or cloth cases or bags that will protect each piece from being damaged by other pieces of jewelry. If you do not have separate boxes from the jeweler for each piece of jewelry, at least put each piece in an individual case of some kind and do not drop it casually into a jewelry box.
There are types of jewelries which are affordable yet attractive. You know choosing jewelries for an especial occasion is quite easy. As long as you know how to blend designs for your dress you will be able to get the perfect match and sparkle like stars. There are jewelries made for special occasions such as weddings and parties. These types of jewelries are designed with elegant and precious stones inserted on it such as diamonds, ruby, opal and so on. Every time we go to the wedding of course we have to wear it in order for us to become more elegant and beautiful. These days, there are types of jewelries made as an imitation simply because we can afford to buy it but the real ones which are expensive when it comes to prices. But then, there are types of jewelries which you think is real as long as you wear it. Perhaps your friends would be very lucky to see you wearing these types of jewelries, the simplest and the most attractive jewelries.
Detergents Bath. Mix a mild detergent and warm water in a small bowl or cup. Immerse the jewelry, brushing the pieces with an eyebrow brush. Rinse the jewelry under warm running water, being sure to put the jewelry into a tea strainer or cheesecloth for safety`s sake. Pat dry with lintels cloth. Do not use for soft gems or foe any jewelry that is strung, such as ivory or pearls.
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