How to clean gold filled jewelry

Care of jewelry

As with gold (and basically all things or accessories that we normally wear), there are also a few rules in the area of ​​care that will extend the life of the product.

Avoid salt water or chlorine. Apply perfume before putting on your accessories. The same applies to hair spray or sunscreen. Remove jewelry or use gloves when using chemicals during cleaning as permanent damage may occur.

The "last on, first off" rule applies when wearing jewelry. This means that we put on our jewelry last in the morning (after applying makeup, perfume, hairspray, etc.) and put it on first when we get home.

- Store your jewelry in a dry place, separated from each other to prevent mechanical damage.

- Jewelry naturally gets dirty during wear, so I recommend regular cleaning.


For normal soiling, simply wash the product under warm water and dry with a towel.

To restore the shine , use a polishing cloth, which we add free of charge to every order.

For a more thorough deep cleaning, fill the bowl with warm, soapy water. Immerse your jewelry in water for 1-2 minutes and then use a soft toothbrush to clean places that are difficult to reach with a cloth or that are more clogged.
Rinse thoroughly under water and dry gently with a towel.