Jewelry Care

At Golden Dale Jewelry, we want your jewelry to shine and last for years to come. Whether you have gold-plated or sterling silver jewelry, following these care guidelines will help you maintain the beauty and quality of your pieces:

General Care Tips:

1. Avoid Contact with Water: Remove your jewelry before swimming, showering, or bathing. Water, especially chlorinated or saltwater, can damage the finish and promote tarnishing.

2. Keep Away from Chemicals: Avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals, such as household cleaners, perfumes, and hair sprays. These can dull the shine and damage delicate components.

3. Store Separately: Store each piece of jewelry separately in a cool, dry place. Use individual jewelry pouches or soft-lined jewelry boxes to prevent scratches and tangling.

4. Limit Exposure to Heat: Avoid exposing your jewelry to direct sunlight and excessive heat, as this can affect the appearance and durability of certain gemstones and metals.

5. Regular Cleaning:

For Gold-Plated Jewelry:

  • Gently wipe your gold-plated jewelry with a soft, damp cloth after wearing to remove oils and residues.

  • Avoid abrasive materials or harsh chemicals, as they can wear down the gold plating.

For Sterling Silver Jewelry:

  • Regularly clean your sterling silver jewelry with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove tarnish and maintain its shine.

  • For more thorough cleaning, use a mild soap and warm water. Gently scrub the jewelry with a soft brush, rinse thoroughly, and pat dry with a soft cloth.

Specific Care for Gold-Plated Jewelry:

1. Avoid Excessive Friction: Gold-plated jewelry can wear down over time due to friction. Be mindful of activities that may cause excessive rubbing, such as wearing multiple bracelets or rings on the same finger.

2. Replating: Over time, the gold plating on jewelry may wear off. If your piece shows signs of fading or discoloration, consider having it professionally replated.

Specific Care for Sterling Silver Jewelry:

1. Tarnish Removal: To remove tarnish from sterling silver, use a silver polish or a polishing cloth specifically designed for silver. Follow the product's instructions carefully.


By following these care guidelines, you can ensure that your gold-plated and sterling silver jewelry continues to shine and delight for years to come. If you have any questions or need further guidance on caring for your specific pieces, please don't hesitate to contact our customer support team. Your satisfaction and the longevity of your jewelry are important to us.