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Your jewelry deserves to be cleaned and in good repair. You wouldn’t want to lose the diamond out of your ring because of a cracked prong you couldn’t see. To ensure your jewelry remains in great condition, stop in to The Source Fine Jewelers any day for a FREE professional cleaning and jewelry inspection. If any areas of concern are found, we will show you what kinds of repairs are needed. You can trust that our highly experienced technicians will provide a fair estimate and an honest repair recommendation.
With frequently worn jewelry like diamond or gemstone rings, we suggest you stop in at least once a year for this free service.
Between those times, you will want to keep all your jewelry looking its best. Here are some general tips. If you have questions about cleaning a specific piece of jewelry, just ask. We’re here to help.
A little TLC goes a long way when it comes to keeping your jewelry as beautiful as the first day you wore it. It’s important to know that different gemstones and metals require different care. Here are some simple tips from Jewelers of America:
For more information on fine jewelry care please visit: Jewelry Care
For cleaning your PANDORA jewelry, simply use lukewarm soapy water– that is the best. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to scrub the jewelry and then rinse in clean water. To remove stubborn dirt, soak for ten minutes in lukewarm soapy water, gently brush, and then rinse in clean water. For a shiner surface, you can visit us for an in-store cleaning at no charge. Alternatively, you can polish your jewelry with a special PANDORA polishing cloth which contains a cleaning solution, and may be purchased at any Source location.
Do not expose Pandora jewelry to chemicals! Silver pieces are given detail by oxidation. Exposure to harsh chemicals can remove the oxidation and alter the appearance of your PANDORA product. These chemicals include, but are not limited to, household cleaning solutions, liquid silver polish, and chemicals commonly found in pools, hot tubs, and spas. Oxidized silver and pearls are especially susceptible to damage in these conditions.
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