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Care Guide

Thank you for choosing FABB! With proper care, your pieces will maintain their beauty and shine for years to come. To help you keep your jewelry looking its best, we have prepared this product care guide with essential tips and instructions.

Regular Cleaning: Use a soft cloth or non-abrasive jewelry cleaning cloth to gently wipe your jewelry after each use. This will remove any dirt, oils, or residues that may accumulate.

Deep Cleaning: Periodically, you may need to give your jewelry a more thorough cleaning. Fill a bowl with warm water and a mild, non-abrasive soap. Soak your jewelry for a few minutes, then gently scrub with a soft brush or cloth. Rinse with clean water and pat dry.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals:
Keep your jewelry away from harsh chemicals, such as bleach, chlorine, and cleaning agents. These chemicals can damage the surface of stainless steel and alloy jewelry, causing discoloration or corrosion.
Remove your jewelry before swimming in chlorinated pools or hot tubs, as the chemicals present can be harmful.
Try to avoid fragrances since they contain harsh chemicals too.

Avoid Physical Damage:
Although stainless steel and alloy jewelry are durable, they can still be scratched or damaged by rough handling. Avoid wearing your jewelry during activities such as sports, household chores, or manual work where it may come into contact with hard surfaces.
Store your jewelry in a separate compartment or a soft pouch to prevent scratches and tangling with other pieces.

Prevent Moisture and Humidity:
Moisture and humidity can cause tarnishing or rusting of stainless steel and alloy jewelry. Remove your jewelry before bathing, showering, or entering a sauna.
When you’re not wearing your jewelry, store it in a dry place, away from humid areas like bathrooms.

Avoid Extreme Temperatures:
High temperatures can cause discoloration or deformation of stainless steel and alloy jewelry. Avoid exposing your jewelry to extreme heat, such as direct sunlight, ovens, or heating vents.
Similarly, extreme cold temperatures can cause the metal to become brittle. Avoid leaving your jewelry in freezing conditions.

Regularly check the clasps, closures, and any moving parts of your jewelry for signs of wear or damage. If any parts are loose or damaged, have them repaired promptly to avoid further problems.
For plated jewelry, the plating may wear off over time. If you notice any signs of fading or peeling, consult a professional jeweler for re-plating or touch-up services.

By following these care instructions, you can ensure that your stainless steel and alloy jewelry remains beautiful and in excellent condition.
If you have any specific questions or concerns about your jewelry, don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer service team for assistance. Enjoy wearing your jewelry and let it shine!

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