Both silver and gold may tarnish if it is not well dried. Whenever using any product containing bleach, you should never wear your rings or fine jewelry. The chemicals can cause bleach silver, gold and other metal alloys to chemical breakdown. Your jewelry will be irreparably damaged. Because chlorine products (bleach) in swimming pools and hot tubs, the same rules apply in relation to remove jewelry.authorized representatives, with marketing help from the parent company, is building a customer and sell the pieces for a percentage of the sale price. When cleaning your jewelry, make sure to use warm water and soap. Always dry thoroughly with a soft cloth, making sure not to leave any water behind on your jewelry. Some pieces come with special cleaning instructions, so make sure to follow it as well.Knitted or crocheted if you will, you can use threads to create chokers and bracelets. Even if you buy and combine store purchased items, make your own jewelery will still allow you to design what you wear. One "old fashioned" a piece of jewelry that you may want to reconsider wearing, watching. Younger people are used to using their cell phones or other electronics to tell the time, but in some situations, it may be more appropriate or more professionals to wear watches nice.When you go to buy new jewelry, you need to give yourself a strict budget. It can be extremely easy to overspend on an incredible piece of jewelry shiny. It will be much harder to enjoy later if you do not stick to your budget goals himself. Metal allergies can make wearing any jewelery, in particular wrist watches, itchy and painful. A simple way to alleviate the itching that some non-precious metals (common in many cases watching) cause, change your watch band to one made leather or cloth and then apply a coat of clear nail polish to the back of your watch.