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Maintenance and Cleaning

Silverware

Silver objects deserve special care in order to preserve them without risking losing the beauty that characterizes them.
It is important that you use sponges or soft cloths to clean the silver, as harsher materials may scratch or damage your pieces.
You may also use a special cloth to wipe silver like a flannel or a microfiber cloth instead of a plain cotton cloth.

In the case of cutlery and serving pieces, as they are in contact with food, you must first run them through water after any use because there are several elements that corrode silver such as vinegar, lemon or salt.

The cutlery can then be washed in the dishwasher at a medium temperature and after rinsing, they must be dried with a soft cloth.

You can also use your own glove or silver cleaning cloth, at the end.


Jewelry

You should store your silver jewelry in well-sealed velvet or plastic bags to prevent air ingress and consequently oxidation.

To clean the oxidized silver, you should use specific products such as flannels that have a chemical abrasive, or liquids that contain specialized chemicals to remove oxidation and dirtiness from the pieces without damaging them.

That way, you can extend the life of your jewelry while preserving its original aesthetic.


Whenever necessary, please refer to our specialized team who will ensure an attentive and meticulous cleaning for your silverware!


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