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Sparkle and Shine: The Top 4 Rules for Cleaning Origami Owl Jewelry

Hey there, bling lovers! Are you ready to keep your jewelry game strong and your accessories sparkling like new? When you’re flaunting your favourite Origami Owl locket or inscriptions pieces, proper care and maintenance are key to keeping your jewelry looking its best. So, grab your cleaning cloths and get ready to dive into the top four rules for keeping your bling in tip-top shape!

Rule #1 Cleaning Origami Owl Jewelry: First One Off, Last One Off!

Let’s start with a golden rule: when it comes to cleaning Origami Owl jewelry, timing is everything. Make it a habit to put on your jewelry after you’ve applied any creams, lotions, or makeup, and be sure to take it off before you hit the hay. This simple practice can help prevent any residue from your beauty routine from building up on your jewelry and dulling its shine over time.

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Rule #2: Say No to Water!

First things first: when it comes to cleaning your precious jewelry, water is not your friend. While it might be tempting to give your pieces a quick dip in some soapy water, especially if they’re looking a little dull, resist the urge! Water can cause damage to delicate materials and lead to tarnishing, especially for sterling silver pieces (find out what Origami Owl is made of here!). Instead, opt for dry cleaning methods to keep your jewelry looking fabulous without the risk of water-related woes.

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Rule #3: Wipe It Down, Baby!

Now that we’ve nixed the water, let’s talk about the power of a good ol’ wipe down. Grab yourself a soft cleaning cloth (microfiber works wonders!) and gently buff away any dirt, grime, or fingerprints that may have accumulated on your jewelry. Pay special attention to chains and lockets, as these areas tend to attract the most dirt and can quickly lose their luster if not properly maintained. A little elbow grease goes a long way in keeping your bling shining bright!

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Rule #4: Get Groovy with a Mascara Wand

Last but not least, let’s talk about those pesky little grooves and crevices that seem to attract dirt like nobody’s business. If your locket is looking a little worse for wear despite your best wiping efforts, fear not! Grab yourself a clean mascara wand (cleaned or unused, of course – click here for a grab a FREE pink one!) and gently brush away any dirt or debris that may be lurking in those hard-to-reach places. Think of it as giving your jewelry a mini spa treatment – your bling will thank you for it!

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And there you have it, ladies – the top four rules for cleaning your Origami Owl jewelry like a pro! Remember, a little TLC goes a long way when it comes to keeping your bling looking its best, so don’t be afraid to show your jewelry some love on the regular. Happy cleaning!

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