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Pearl Care Tips 

Pearls are composed of organic material called calcium carbonate, which has poor chemical stability and can be corroded by both acids and alkalis.

Taking care of pearl jewelry is similar to taking care of our skin; it requires careful attention and care.


- Clean after wearing: It is recommended to clean pearl jewelry by gently wiping the surface with a soft cloth to remove dust. In case of heavier dirt, a soft cloth dampened with distilled water or pure water can be used for cleaning.

- Remove while cooking: When wearing precious pearl jewelry, keep them away from kitchen fumes. The heavy smoke generated during cooking can easily adhere to the surface of pearls, causing them to turn yellow. Also, avoid exposing pearls to direct heat sources or excessive moisture, as it can make them lose their luster.

- Allow fresh air exposure: Pearls need fresh air. Every few months, take out your pearls and wear them. Long-term storage in a safe deposit box can cause pearls to turn yellow. The saying "pearls age as people do" is quite accurate. Without careful care, pearls can deteriorate prematurely.

- Keep in a cool place: It is best to store pearls in a jewelry box, drawer, or a dark place, allowing them to have resting time and absorb proper humidity.

- Store separately: Due to the low hardness of pearls, avoid placing them together with other jewelry to prevent scratches. Pearl necklaces should be stored flat instead of hanging to maintain the tension of the string.


- Rinse with tap water: Tap water contains chlorine, which can have adverse effects on the surface luster of pearl jewelry when directly rinsed. This is especially true for pearl necklaces, as direct rinsing with tap water can cause significant water accumulation inside the string, leading to mold growth and weakening of the string, making it more prone to breakage. Therefore, remember to remove pearl jewelry and store it properly before showering or swimming.

- Frequent contact with the skin: Many people are tempted to touch and feel the beautiful and captivating gemstone surfaces. However, this practice can actually affect the gemstone's shine and brilliance. Our bodies constantly excrete sweat and oils on the skin surface, and hands are the most frequent touch point. As a result, the oils from the skin often transfer to the surface of the hands. When touching gemstones with hands, the oils easily adhere to the gemstone's surface and affect its shine and brilliance.

- Sun exposure: Pearls contain a certain amount of moisture, which contributes to their radiant luster. Therefore, it is advisable to avoid direct sunlight as much as possible.

- Group storage: Pearls have relatively low hardness and should be protected from impact with hard objects. When not wearing them, it is recommended to store pearls individually in a soft-lined jewelry box, and avoid placing them together with other gemstones or metal jewelry.