Product care

Normal everyday use and external agents such as air humidity, temperature, pollution levels, contact with cosmetics and skin perspiration can all contribute to reduce the shine of steel, silver and leather surfaces, and change the original appearance of the surface fnishes that characterizae some models.You can simply preserve the shine of your jewelry using a soft dry cloth or non-abrasive products specially designed and used to clean jewelry. Most of the products on the market for jewelry cleaning can be used without risks as long as they are applied properly, although you should be careful while using products that contain ammonia, alcohol, acids or chemicals that may be too aggressive.

Don’t clean with detergents or chemicals, hot water or ultrasonic  ystems. The alcohol contained in perfumes, hairsprays and cosmetics may damage the metal, therefore, they should be applied before wearing the jewelry. Avoid exposure to excessive heat. Avoid exposing the jewelry to the sun for an extended period of time. Don’t immerse in water and don’t use in the shower.

Limit as much as possible the contact of cord and fabric bracelets with agents such as water, thermal water, soap, cosmetics, perfumes, detergents, chlorine and other similar substances that may cause colors to fade or ruin the fabric and damage the product. The fabric should not be subjected to stresses that may cause rupture.