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Jewellery Care Guide

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We recommend cleaning your diamond jewellery once every 3 months to maintain the brilliance of your diamond. You may drop by any Diamond & Platinum showroom for the complimentary cleaning service anytime. However, if you prefer to do it home, you may follow the cleaning guide that we have prepared below, alongside some jewellery care tips.


Use warm water instead of boiling water

Making sure to use warm water to clean your jewellery will help maintain the brilliance of diamonds and gemstones. Warm water softens and melts dirt on your jewellery making it easier and faster to clean with a toothbrush. Boiling water will cause thermal shock in some gemstones because of the extreme temperature change when being placed into boiling water then rinsed with cold water. Heat also expands metal and causes loose gemstones to fall from their settings.


Dishwashing detergent instead of toothpaste

It is recommended to use a toothbrush to clean your jewellery as bristles of a toothbrush are softer than other types of brushes. Using a toothbrush and dishwashing detergent to clean your jewellery can loosen soil and remove debris trapped in between the settings and on the facets. Dishwashing detergent can also break down oil-based pollutants that are accumulated from our surrounding and daily products we use. It is not advisable to use toothpaste for cleaning your jewellery as toothpaste can damage your diamonds and gemstones.


When to wear your jewellery

It is advised to wear your jewellery 2 minutes after applying cosmetics and lotions as these products can leave a dull film on your jewellery and may contain chemicals that damage your jewellery. Avoid wearing fine jewellery when performing manual tasks or household chores as you will be more in contact with oil. Clean your jewellery twice a week. Jewellery owners who apply hand cream frequently and wear jewellery on a daily basis are advised to clean their jewellery more frequently. However, the best way to clean your jewellery is to bring your them to the nearest jeweller and have them professionally clean it for you.



Refrain from using alcohol as alcohol contains chemicals that can leave a coating on your gemstones and metals. Gemstones such as emeralds and opals are oil and water based. Because of that, using alcohol to clean these stones would leave a crack in them as they would absorb the oils and dry out. It is not advisable to use chlorine to clean your jewellery as chlorine can break down metal alloy and causes pitting in your jewellery. This would then cause your jewellery to break apart.