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Do the right thing with Turquoise Jewelry –

by trinketbox

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Your jewels are precious, and they are our pride and joy too. It is important to make sure you take the time to clean them after wearing them every time. While we get a lot of joy out of wearing them, it is important to take care of the right Native American jewelry to ensure that you get the maximum use out of it. Often we will find our gems and jewels to be delicate and very sensitive, which is why different gems and metals need different care. Take the time to read up on how you need to maintain your Turquoise Jewelry to ensure that they come for a really long time. When it comes to Indian jewelry remember that they too are not just gorgeous and spectacular, they need a lot of care and attention too.


Here are some tips –


  1. If you have turquoise necklaces or other items then make sure that you dip it in clean water and let it sit for a few minutes. After that you can make sure that you dampen a soft cloth and then gently wipe away the excess dirt and the excess grim.
  2. Never store the stone when it is damp, wait for it to air dry and then store it in a cool place. Preferably in a trinket box or inside a pouch so that it isn’t damaged. It is best to put them in air tight bags so there is no oxidization process with the stone.
  3. No matter what you do never let the Turquoise rings, necklaces, lockets, etc; soak in any other liquid except water. You never know what effect the harsh chemicals might have on the stone and it might end up becoming corrosive and lose its gorgeous color.
  4. It is important to make sure that your Turquoise Jewelry never comes in contact with soap, detergents, perfume, cosmetics, etc, so that the color and the vibrant nature of the stone lasts for a long time. Extreme cold or extreme heat is sure to make the stone dull and boring.


If you do all the above you are going to be able to wear your Turquoise Jewelry for a very long time, and you can even hand it down in the next few generations if you are careful enough with it


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