Caring for Wood Jewelry
Caring for wood jewelry properly will insure a long life for your piece of wearable art. Simply follow our three care and cleaning tips on storing, wearing and cleaning and you will have years of enjoyment from your wood jewelry piece.
When not being warn, do not leave your wood jewelry in your car, in direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. We recommend storing your jewelry in an air-tight bag at room temperature in a dark place. Your wood jewelry is water resistant but should not be immersed in water or kept in high humidity; if it does get wet however, immediately blot dry.
Avoid the use of hair spray, perfumes, lotions etc. while wearing your jewelry. In addition also avoid contact with soaps, insect repellents, sunscreens or any harsh chemicals. Such products may cause discolouration or damage.
If you notice your piece is beginning to look a little dull, simply use a cotton cloth to buff in the direction of the wood grain. You may also use a dab of beeswax or mineral oil sparingly to bring up the shine, though overuse will create an unsightly build-up. Apply as per manufacturer’s instructions.
Caring for Wood Jewelry was last modified: April 18th, 2016 by