Pandora jewelry is like a story-telling book. It tells of the taste and style of the user, and becomes more valuable when loved ones gift you with charms and beads to add to your Pandora bracelet, or necklace. It gives a certain sentimental value because it creates a piece of jewelry whose parts come from people close to you, and whose story is yours.
But just like any other thing in this world, each goes through inevitable wear and tear. Although Pandora bracelet can last (or even surpass) a lifetime, one should always practice care for your Pandora piece of art.
Here are some ways you can take care of your Pandora jewelry:
Use lukewarm water and a drop of dishwashing liquid. Then with a soft toothbrush, clean off your Pandora jewelry gently. The toothbrush is excellent because it can reach the jewelry patterns that are hard to clean.
When you find your piece to be very dirty, just continue soaking it under lukewarm water with a drop of dishwashing liquid. The rinse off thoroughly.
For pearls, never submerge them in water or clean them using any cleaning agent. It can cause damage to the pearl. Just use a soft cloth to wipe off the dirt.
Never expose your Pandora jewelry to harsh, strong chemicals. They can have an ugly effect on your piece. Take note that oxidised silver and pearls are highly susceptible to damage.
Rubber can also bring bad effects on your piece. Be sure your bracelet, or whatever Pandora piece you have will not come in contact with rubber, such as rubber bands, rubber containers, etc.
You may bring your Pandora piece to the place or shop where you bought it, as these usually provide cleaning services, and more tips on how to handle cleaning for your pandora charms