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Sterling silver jewelry in the wear rule of daily life

by:Kirin      2020-08-19

sterling silver jewelry will always black in our daily life, to varying degrees, so how can we really know about the wear rule of sterling silver jewelry? How to better and more comprehensive understanding clearly about the sterling silver jewelry in daily life wear law correctly, so tell us what time: first: when bathing, swimming, make sure the silver took off, so as to avoid contact chemical material such as drift viper. Second: after each wear cotton cloth or paper gently dry surface are available, and remove moisture and dirt, and store them in sealed bag, avoid contact with air. Third: sterling silver jewelry should avoid to wear in hot springs, or the sea region, silver contact with warm water or sulfide easy to make the surface changes. Fourth: in the process of wear, please try to avoid any other chemical silver contact, lest produce chemical reaction. Fifth: at the time of makeup, please try to avoid contact with the silver makeup and perfume. Sterling silver jewelry in our daily life is always there are so many different problems, only we know it's a wear law can better, more comprehensive the pure silver jewelry, can let us better understand the sterling silver jewelry, sterling silver jewelry is not so easy to get dark.


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