Sizing and Care of Your Gemstone Stretch Bracelet
BEADED STRETCH BRACELET CARE & SIZING
Our handcrafted Best Selling Beaded Stretch Bracelets are precious and deserve to be handled with care. We want you to be able to wear your gemstone beaded wrist wear for as long as possible! Here are a few tips for taking care of our lovely creations and maintaining their luxurious quality:
Carefully roll your stretch bracelet on and off your hand/wrist.
Do not wear your beaded jewelry in the shower, swimming pool or during strenuous chores like house cleaning. Harsh chemicals and cleaning agents can often dull or scratch the surface of some beads. We want your gemstone jewelry to stay shiny and sleek!
Let's talk about cleaning your beaded bracelets. This process can be quick and easy to add to your jewelry care routine. For painted, dyed gemstone or glass beads in most cases all you need is a clean soft cloth to gently wipe them clean. Other gemstones beads can be washed with mild soap and water to remove perfumes and lotion. Do not soak the bracelets nor leave them in water!
Gold/Silver findings have jewelry cleaning solutions widely available or any oily buildup can with wiped clean with rubbing alcohol. Remember to be gentle with rubbing any charms or add-ons while cleaning.
Our beaded bracelets are gorgeous AND durable! Depending upon how you care for your beaded jewelry, a restring may not be necessary for 3-4 years or longer. When you're not wearing the jewelry, keep it in a cool dry place and store it in the satin bag provided for safekeeping.
The charms we use ARE NOT real gold and silver and can tarnish over time with exposure to chemicals and moisture. Sometimes charms may tarnish more quickly due to an individual’s natural skin pH levels, which is beyond our control.
PLEASE BE AWARE OF ANY ALLERGIES BEFORE YOUR PURCHASE
Beaded INK Pen Care:
Our beaded ink pens are the perfect way to make a statement in the office or any other time you need to write. To refill your pen, firmly but gently pull the pen apart around the metal seal. Be careful! Pull or twist out and replace ink cartridge. Need a visual guide? Watch our YouTube video: