The Ultimate Guide to Jewellery Care: How to Clean, Store and Maintain Your Jewellery for a Lifetime of Wear

Jewellery is a very personal thing. It's not just an accessory, it's a symbol of your personality and style. You want to make sure that you're taking care of it properly so that it lasts for years to come.

How do I clean my jewellery?

To care for your ring, simply polish it using the silver polishing cloth provided or use a small amount of silver cleaning solution on a soft cloth. Gently rub the silver with the cloth. Once this has been done, rinse the ring silver thoroughly with warm water before carefully drying. The tarnish and dullness will be removed and your sterling silver ring will be looking new. 
To ensure you maximise the life of your Billie Jo ring, avoid chlorine and bleach as this will cause your ring to tarnish. 

How do I store my jewellery?

You should avoid storing it in humid areas or near any kind of heat source as this can cause tarnishing and corrosion. If you have any pieces with stones, they should be stored separately from other pieces as they are more likely to get scratched or damaged by other jewellery.

How can I avoid bending my rings?

Be sure to avoid wearing your jewellery when activities that may cause undue pressure or friction, as this can cause damage to the surface and/or shape of your jewellery. The easiest way to prevent a ring from bending is to take it off before undertaking any risky activities.
Be mindful when training: Never train with your jewellery on or put it in a place where it might get caught up in something else that may cause damage to the piece.
If you notice that your rings have been bent out of shape, it is best to get them fixed as soon as possible. Please reach out to us via and we can work towards a solution.

How do I protect my jewellery swimming?

Billie Jo jewellery is sweat-proof, ocean-proof and water-proof. Jump right in confident your rings will only come out shiner! 
It is important to note cold water temperatures can reduce the size of your fingers. Be sure to take precaution during the colder months your rings don't slip off during your surf.

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