How to Clean Jewellery
Routine home care of fine jewellery combined with regular inspections by our trained jewellers is essential to maintaining its beauty and allowing for a lifetime of enjoyment. For daily home care and cleaning, we recommend using our at-home jewellery cleaners and polishing cloths formulated especially for cleaning jewellery.
Note: Use extreme caution when using in-home sonic or ultrasonic machines, as they can cause stones to loosen or fall from their settings.
While the jewellery cleaning products we sell at Howard Fine Jewellers are for routine, at-home cleaning, it is important to recognize that professional care and cleaning is equally important to keeping your jewellery sparkling for a lifetime. All pieces of fine jewellery should be brought to us annually for an inspection.
At the annual inspection, we will examine the piece with a jeweller’s loupe, a special magnifier through which we will look for loose stones, structural damage or damaged prongs. If any weaknesses are identified, they can be repaired. Many insurers also require that any piece that is insured be inspected to keep coverage current.
Foaming Jewellery Cleaner
Directions: To safely clean your jewellery, remove the top, place jewellery in the convenient cap, and pump the bottle until bubbles fill the cap. Wait until the bubbles have fully dissolved before removing your jewellery and drying off with a professional polishing cloth.
Best Used On: Gold, Palladium, Platinum, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Crystal, Cubic Zirconium, Diamond, Garnet, Jade, Marcasite, Peridot, Ruby, Sapphire, Spinel, Topaz, Tourmaline, Amber, Moissanite, Emerald, Ivory, Lapis Lazuli, Tanzanite, Turquoise.
Directions: Using the inner white polishing cloth, rub surface until desired luster occurs. Buff with outside polishing cloth as desired.
Best Used On: All Gold, Silver, Platinum & Palladium Jewelry and Watches that require buffing, polishing or tarnish removal.