Even though tarnishing is a natural process and does not alter the vibration of our Tools’ energy field, we would like to share some jewelry cleaning tips so you can have your jewelry look as beautiful as it did when it was first created. We encourage you to choose our lacquered Personal Harmonizers and jewelry when making your purchasing decision. We use an organic lacquer that helps protect the finish of the plating from tarnishing and wearing off. It protects your product from minor scuffs and scratches and allows your jewelry to stay shiny and beautiful for much longer. However, even with our lacquering process, our jewelry will eventually start to show normal wear by losing their shine.
We recommend using a microfiber cloth or a damp cotton ball to wipe down your jewelry after each wear to remove surface soil. You can make your own cleaning solution with 2-3 drops of dish washing soap mixed with one cup of water and carefully wipe your jewelry. Using a cotton swab is a great idea to remove soil from the inside of your Personal Harmonizer or jewelry. But please never use a sharp object such as knife or paper clip to remove dirt as this will scratch and chip away the plating. Remember to thoroughly rinse with warm water then dry completely using a soft, lint-free cloth and gently buff your jewelry to return its shine.
Here are a few tips that will help keep your jewelry and Personal Harmonizers lustrous and make sure damages over time are minimal.
- Don’t wear any jewelry when applying hand lotion, perfume, make-up, or hairspray.
- Make sure to remove any jewelry when preparing acidic foods.
- Before exercising, remember to remove any jewelry to prevent salts from damaging the plating. This also applies to other activities that lead to excessive sweating.
- Never swim in salt-water or chlorinated pools while wearing your jewelry.
- To avoid damage, never throw your jewelry in a purse or bag along with other items. Consider using a jewelry pouch for each item when traveling.
- Remember to store all your jewelry in small, separate spaces to prevent them from scratching each other.