Care For Your Jewelry

The Sis Kiss recommends taking off all jewelry before using hand sanitizer or washing your hands. We love our products and want yours to keep looking like new. Hand sanitizer and harsh soaps may affect your jewelry so we recommend removing your TSK Bling before washing up!

Care Specifics

Our pieces are hand-crafted using a variety of high quality materials, including semi-precious stone, glass, resin, 14K gold, sterling silver and brass. For exact product materials, visit the product page.

Avoid Oils

Do not let your gold dipped jewelry come in contact with perfume, lotion, hairspray, sunscreen, nail polish, oils or chlorine. Remove before using any of these items or similar items.

Remove Before Swimming

Remove before sweating, swimming, showering or hot tubs. Keep gold dipped jewelry as dry as possible.

Clean with Gentle Cloth

Gently clean with a soft jewelry cloth or cotton ball after every use. Don’t use harsh jewelry cleaners or soaps to clean.

Store in a Safe Space

Avoid scratches by storing in the original box and away from other items.

Jewelry Care by Material

Gold Vermeil, Sterling Silver and Brass

Sterling silver dipped in gold or plated is also known as vermeil. Regular gold-plated jewelry is not sterling silver under the gold, but a base metal such as brass or steel. To make gold dipped jewelry, a thin layer of gold adheres to the silver through an electroplating bath. It is a good option for those who like the look of gold but are working on a budget. The gold dip can wear off over time and tarnish. It is important to keep these pieces dry and away from perfumes, lotions and sweat. Those with high Ph skin will also have their gold dipped piece’s tarnish quicker.

14K Solid Gold
  • Avoid exposure to chemicals and remove before applying lotions or perfumes.
  • Store separately in a fabric-lined jewelry box or pouch to prevent scratches.
  • Clean gently with a mild dish soap and warm water using a soft brush or cloth.
  • Avoid abrasive materials when cleaning or polishing.
  • Remove during physical activities to prevent damage.
  • Regularly inspect for loose stones or damage and have them repaired by a professional.
  • Consider professional cleaning when needed.

Shop Jewelry Care Essentials

Avoid scratches by storing in the original box and away from other items.

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