Below you will find various tips , maintenance and uses of the items purchased.

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In a shallow container, combine equal amounts of isopropyl alcohol and water. Use this mixture to clean your glasses, then wipe them with a clean, soft cloth. Another option is to pour wax onto the surface, then cover it with hot water.

Bracelets made from lava stones

Cleaning a lava stone bracelet is quite simple, as lava stone is naturally durable. Here's how you can clean it safely:

  1. Remove the bracelet: Before you begin cleaning, remove the bracelet from your wrist to allow easier access to the beads.

  2. Use lukewarm water: Take a bowl of lukewarm water and add a little mild soap or dishwashing liquid. Mix to create a slightly soapy solution.

  3. Clean Gently: Submerge the bracelet in the soapy solution and use a soft cloth or soft-bristled brush to gently clean the lava beads. Rub gently to remove dirt, dust and residue.

  4. Rinse with clean water: Once you have finished cleaning the pearls, rinse them thoroughly with clean water to remove any soap residue.

  5. Drying: After rinsing, dry the bracelet with a clean, dry cloth. Make sure it is completely dry before putting it back on.

  6. Avoid chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals, detergents, or abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the porous surface of the lava stone.

  7. Refill with essential oils: If the bracelet is designed to be used with essential oils, you can gently reapply a few drops of essential oil to the lava beads once they are dry. Be sure to follow the instructions included with the bracelet for proper use of essential oils.

  8. Store Properly: When you are not wearing your lava stone bracelet, store it in a dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture. Also avoid leaving it in contact with other jewelry to avoid scratches.

By following these simple steps, you can maintain the beauty of your lava stone bracelet and extend its life while enjoying its calming properties.

Bracelets made from clay

When cleaning a bracelet made with small clay beads, it is important to take some precautions to avoid damaging the fragile beads. Here are some simple steps to safely clean your bracelet:

  1. Remove the bracelet: Before you begin cleaning, remove the bracelet from your wrist to avoid any risk of the beads breaking or deforming during the process.

  2. Use a soft cloth: Take a soft, clean, lint-free cloth. Avoid using rough fabrics or stiff brushes, as they may scratch or damage the clay beads.

  3. Clean Gently: Gently wipe the beads with the clean cloth to remove dirt, dust and residue. You can also lightly damp the cloth with warm water for a more thorough clean, but be sure not to get the beads too wet.

  4. Avoid chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals, detergents or solvents to clean clay beads, as they may damage their delicate surface and colors.

  5. Drying: After cleaning the beads, allow them to air dry completely before putting the bracelet back on. Make sure they are completely dry to avoid any risk of mold.

  6. Store Properly: When you are not wearing your bracelet, store it in a dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture. Also avoid leaving it in contact with other jewelry to avoid scratches.

By following these simple steps and caring for your clay bead bracelet, you can extend its life and maintain its handcrafted beauty.


Jewelry made from Zinc Alloy

Yes, it behaves the same as other metals like brass. Most of the time it turns green-brown or black. In the presence of oxygen, the metal should be expected to change color. Sometimes corrosion turns the color pinkish or reddish.

Do not contact with water.

Avoid excessive heat, avoid dropping it, avoid banging it against hard surfaces. To clean it, wipe it with a soft cloth.