When it comes to White Gold, there are possibilities that many of you may or may not have heard of. Engagement rings are trendy in White Gold due to a couple of reasons. Firstly white gold complements the Solitaires. And the second reason is it is cheaper when compared to Platinum. Palladium is another option that has a light gray shade. However, the craze for white gold jewellery is still unwavering.

You may wonder why white gold is white. Let's reveal. Why? White Gold is white due to the presence of white minerals (such as Nickel, Manganese, or Palladium) apart from Gold. If you're new to White Gold, you may not know how to keep them well while extending their life. 

Tips Newbies Must Follow To Extend the Life of White Gold

Daily Wearing Tips

If treated right, white gold can last for years and even be inherited. Here are some of the things to be mindful of on a regular basis while wearing white gold:

Gold Is A Soft Metal: While white gold has a shine and a cluster of its own, it's also a soft metal. Your gold jewellery collection is often susceptible to dings, scratches, and dents as well. Be wary of your white gold rings, watches, and bracelets while wearing them. Don't forget to take them off while playing any high-contact sports.

Chlorine Is Gold's Worst Enemy: The chlorine will weaken the structure of your white gold piece and ultimately lead to it breaking with repeated exposure. Ensure to take your necklace, rings, and bracelets, earrings off before getting in a pool or spa.

Cover Or Remove While Cleaning: Household cleaners with acids or abrasives damage the finish of your jewellery. Make sure to wear rubber gloves while cleaning or take off your jewellery altogether. 

Put Your Jewellery On Last When Dressing Up: Your makeup, body spray, hairspray, and creams can damage your white gold. Ensure to put these on before wearing your jewellery to limit exposure.

Take Your White Gold Jewellery Off Before Bathing: Wearing jewellery pieces while you bathe can lead to a soap build-up which will cause dullness in your jewellery.

Regular Cleaning Tips for Newbies

Your gold jewellery pieces are exposed to skin oils, sweat, dust, makeup, and more when worn on a regular basis. To maintain its shine and lustre, you should wash your jewellery on a regular basis with a solution of 10 portions of warm water and two portions of dish soap. Some extra tips:

Soaking Is The Key: You need to soak your gold jewellery pieces for at least a couple of hours and then scrub the piece gently with a soft brush. Plus, rinse under clean water and blot dry with a clean cloth.

Bonus Tip: For a little extra shine, make use of a jewellery polishing cloth! Do not take a paper towel or tissue in use, as these can create scratches in your jewellery.

Clean With Soap As Needed: By all means, clean your jewellery pieces at home. Don't overdo it! Simply clean your white gold jewellery as required when you see it's visibly dirty or collecting a patina.

Look Out For Damage: Be on the lookout for any damage or loose stones during your regular jewellery cleanings. Cleaning an already damaged piece does nothing but can only make the problem worse.

The Bottom Line!

Jewellery Memories hopes these tips will help you take better care of your white gold jewellery in the long run! As already mentioned above, if taken care of properly, your jewellery pieces are something you can pass down for generations to come. Visit our range of jewellery if you're someone looking for some unique designs.

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