Q: Is your jewellery water Resistant?
A: Yes, because of their unique metal structure, they are water Resistant; so its colour will not change unless touched with strong acid contained liquids like wine. If for any other reasons you experience that your Jewellery are changing their colours this means it is just dirt on them and they needs polishing; same as silver, titanium & platinum.
Q: Can i wear a gold ring next to a silver ring?
A: Because gold is a harder metal than silver, it will mark the silver band where they sit and rub together. That is the main reason we would recommend choosing the same metal for your wedding ring as your engagement ring.
Q: How does gold compare to other metals for use in rings?
A: Although it is very different than silver or titanium, gold's unique properties makes it an excellent choice for a gift.
Q: Does gold scratch?
A: Gold is scratch-resistant as it is a very hard metal, but our experience shows that with normal wear, gold will quickly begin to show small scrapes and scratches just like silver and platinum bands. Although gold is a very hard and durable metal, it can still be scratched by abrasive materials like rocks, sandpaper, and even hardened steel tools and utensils.
Q: How to polish and reduce allergic metal parts from any jewellery or shiny things at home?
A: We have received many requests from customers on How to polish jewellery or shiny things at home to avoid spending money more often.
These methods of polishing will keep your jewellery or any shiny things, shiny and beautiful if you polish regularly. But if you want to polish faded jewellery as a result of dirt, you may not be able to polish those who have not been polished for a long time as shiny as new. Of course taking them to a jewellery shop will give you a better result.
*** Here are some easy methods to polish at home:
- All jewellery: Grab a clean dry towel and wipe/polish them carefully to reach your desire shine. (Take an extra care if you are cleaning expensive jewellery with lots of small tiny stones on them.)
- All Jewellery: Make a paste with little warm water, baking soda and a bit of toothpaste then apply as required on a clean wet towel and rub your jewellery with it smoothly, use more paste if you can still see a better result and at last dry them with a dry towel.
- Pure Silver & Gold (NOT Plated): Place them into a pan of water and bring to boil, stir half spoon of baking soda for a minute and make sure to use plastic or wooden spoon to prevent damaging your jewellery while stirring. Remove your jewellery and wipe/polish them smoothly with a clean dry towel to reach your desire shine.
Q: Are the rings that you sell 100% gold?
A: NO, every jewellery that we sell are 18k gold plated.