Jewelry. Published at Saturday, June 03rd 2017, 16:58:27 PM by Kamille.
In most cases, a plastic bag is a good substitute for leather or cloth. Plastic, however, should never be used with pearls, opals, and ivory, which need air to retain their beauty. Plastic, nevertheless, does have an advantage for other jewelry in that you can easily see the piece of jewelry that is in the bag. This method, incidentally, is also good for costume jewelry, which can be scratched as easily, if not more so, than precious jewelry.
Here are some cleaning tips. Never clean gold and gems in chlorine. Ammonia based cleaning products are used throughout the jewelry industry, but they can damage some gems. Try and avoid them if you can and know for certain if they well not hurt the gems in your jewelry. Use a mild soap with warm water and a soft toothbrush, then rinse thoroughly for most jewelry. A hard toothbrush and toothpaste or toothpowder will scratch gold and hurt some gems. The best cleaning tip is to know for certain the best cleaners to use on your jewelry and do it carefully.
Aside from the usual chains and earrings, teenage jewelry also features several types of rings. And the good thing about these rings is that it will not only fit for your hands but also it can be used in any part of the body. In other words, these are not only an ordinary jewelry but lovely looking ornaments which draw attention to waists. These are also available for belly button rings which do not seem to wear in the past years. There are also hip hop collections especially designs for teens and young women. These comprise nose rings, nipple rings and eyebrow rings. Although it is "ouch" to have these simply because it quite hurt, it looks funkier for those who are wearing it. All these type of jewelry were designed to so that the skin will not be stretched.
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