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Diamond Care Tips


Care
Diamonds are the hardest substance on earth. They are uniquely resistant to damage by heat or scratching, and can be cut or polished only by another diamond. But an extremely hard below to the girdle can cause a diamond to chip. By having your diamond set in a relative protective setting, and remaining conscious of it on your finger, you can keep your diamond intact for a lifetime. Exposure during ordinary wear to perspiration and household chemicals, like chlorine and hair spray, can cause build up that dulls the surface of a diamond. We suggest periodic cleaning to keep the diamond brilliant and refractive.
Cleaning Your Diamonds
A solution of one part ammonia and six parts water can be used to clean diamond jewellry at home. If cleaning by hand, gentle scrubbing with a soft brush should loosen most dirt and can greatly increase the brilliance of the diamond, but be careful not to scratch the metal of your setting. Once a year, it is a good ideas to have diamond cleaned and have the security of the setting checked.
Storing Your Diamond Jewellery
We recommend that all diamond jewellery is stored individually in soft cloth pouches when not being worn to prevent the diamonds from scratching or dulling other jewellery.

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