April 12th, 2023
How To: Take Care of Your Permanent Forever Bracelet
Congratulations on getting your solid gold permanent bracelet! You’ve made a great choice investing in a piece of jewelry that you can keep forever!
Now that you have it, taking care of it is essential to ensure it stays as beautiful as the day you received it. Here are our tips on how to take care of your new forever bracelet:
1. Be Mindful with Your Day-to-Day Activities
Although your bracelet is solid gold and can withstand daily wear and tear, it is still a delicate chain and requires proper care. When doing strenuous activities like exercising or playing sports, be sure to not to tug or yank it with force. This can cause it to stretch or break, and you may end up losing it. If this happens, send us a message and we can re-weld it for you for a small fee.
2. Clean It Regularly!
Cleaning your bracelet regularly is essential to maintain its shine and beauty. When you’re in the shower, use a gentle soap and a soft-bristled brush to remove any dirt or grime that may have accumulated. You can also use jewelry polish cloths to help restore its lustre as well.
3. Avoid Exposure to Harsh Chemicals
Harsh chemicals like bleach can unfortunately cause some damage to your gold bracelet. If you do come into contact with these chemicals, be sure to rinse your bracelet immediately with clean water and dry it thoroughly.
4. Remove with Care!
If you ever need to remove your permanent bracelet, be sure to cut it off from the jumping. The jumpring is the small ring that connects the bracelet to the clasp. Cutting it from the chain itself can damage the bracelet and makes it difficult to repair.
By following these simple tips, you can keep your permanent bracelet looking new for years to come. Remember to handle it with care, clean it regularly, and avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals. With proper care and love, your bracelet will remain a cherished piece of jewelry for a lifetime. And yes, you can keep it and pawn it!
If you are planning to visit us for a Forever Bracelet, you make find more info and booking link here.
Written by Michelle, Co-founder of Sachelle Collective