Addressing Two Common Questions About Caring For Labradorite Jewelry

Your jewelry collection may contain some of your favorite accessories. However, even a modest jewelry collection can contain an assortment of different gemstones and precious metals. Sadly, there are some people that may not fully understand the maintenance necessary to care for the various stones and metals in their jewelry collection, which can lead to unnecessary wear and damages. This can be particularly true for lesser known gemstones. For those that own a piece of labradorite jewelry, the following couple of answers to common care questions will help you to take better care of your jewelry.

'How Do You Clean Labradorite Jewelry?

In order to keep your jewelry looking pristine, it will be necessary for you to regularly clean each piece. Unfortunately, some individuals may be hesitant to clean labradorite gems because they are concerned about harming them as this can be a rather soft stone. Luckily, it is possible for you to clean these gems using nothing more than dish soap, water and a microfiber cloth. By taking the time to clean your labradorite stones, you will be able to ensure that their beautiful blue colors are as vibrant as possible.  

Does This Type Of Jewelry Require Special Storage?

When storing your labradorite jewelry, it is important for you to make sure to protect these items from dramatic moisture and temperature changes. To prevent moisture problems from damaging your jewelry, you should make sure to place a humidity control packet in the jewelry box. This packet contains a substance that will absorb much of the excess moisture in the air before it can corrode your jewelry.

In addition to protecting these items of jewelry from temperature and humidity swings, you will also want to prevent them from scratching each other. Labradorite is a relatively soft stone, which can make is susceptible to scratching. You can help to avoid this potentially serious problem by placing each piece of jewelry in separate bags before placing them in the jewelry box. The bags will help to prevent the stone from rubbing against other materials, and they will also help to prevent dust from gathering on your jewelry items.

If you are like many other people, it is likely that you have a favorite piece of jewelry. However, if you fail to take proper care of these accessories, you may find that they have a drastically shorter lifespan than you anticipated. Luckily, you can help to avoid these problems by making sure to regularly clean your labradorite gems as well as taking the appropriate steps to safely store these items.  

About Me

The Beauty of Turquoise

Since childhood, I’ve loved jewelry. When I was a kid, I enjoyed trying on the beautiful rings, necklaces, bracelets, and brooches in my grandmother’s jewelry box. Because of my admiration for her cherished pieces, my grandmother started buying me jewelry when I was 5 years old. Now that I’m an adult, I’m always looking for interesting items to add to my extensive jewelry collection. One of my favorite gemstones is turquoise. The earthy green tones of this gemstone are breathtakingly beautiful to me. Amazingly, turquoise is mined in my favorite mountain town. On this blog, I hope you will develop an appreciation for turquoise jewelry. Enjoy!