How to Care

Diamonds are the hardest materials in the world; they are uniquely resilient against fire and scarring. They can only be cut and polished by another diamond. However, it is also possible to draw with a very heavy impact. You can protect your diamond for a lifetime with some care. Hair spray, household chemicals may shade the surface of the diamond, and in this case the diamond will lose its brilliance. Therefore, it is helpful to keep your brilliance and shine to take your diamond to your jeweler regularly and to clean it.

Cleaning: Diamonds can be cleaned at home with a solution of 1 teaspoon of ammonia and 6 teaspoons of water mixed. Brush the diamond with a soft brush to remove all the dirt, but be careful not to touch the metal part of your face or your jewel and brush it with metal.

Every year, once a year your jeweler shows and cleans your diamond and it is useful to learn about the stone’s condition.

Storage: When storing your diamonds, it is useful to keep all your jewels apart so that they do not touch each other. You can use pieces of fabric to separate your diamonds from each other.