Help your jewelry last longer

Edes Jewelry is made with high-quality stainless steel, making our pieces water and tarnish resistant.

What does this mean for you? Low maintenance and long-lasting essentials.

Follow the care guidelines below to help your jewelry last longer.

Cleaning instructions

Soap and water...

  1. Soak your stainless jewelry in a bowl containing room-temperature water and mild soap.
  2. Let sit for a few minutes.
  3. Take a soft cloth and gently rub your jewelry. For hard to reach areas, use a soft-bristled toothbrush.
  4. Once thoroughly cleaned, let your pieces air dry in a safe, open space.
  5. Polish your jewelry and remove potential water spots using a soft cloth (like the one included in your order).

 

Baking soda...

  1. Combine a small amount of baking soda and room-temperature water to create a thick paste.
  2. Once you have a toothpaste-like consistency, use a soft bristle toothbrush to gently clean your jewelry.
  3. Rinse with warm water to remove paste.
  4. Once thoroughly cleaned, let your pieces air dry in a safe, open space.
  5. Polish your jewelry and remove potential water spots using a soft cloth (like the one included in your order).

 Helpful tips

  1. Avoid harsh chemicals. Bleach and chlorine can damage the surface of stainless steel metal. I recommend that take off our pieces when swimming in chlorinated pools.
  2. If you use a jewelry cleaner, choose one that's labeled safe to use with stainless steel, as some cleaners can be abrasive and scratch the metal.

Care instructions

Avoid storing your jewelry with other sharp objects or jewelry to prevent scratches. Instead, store your stainless steel jewelry separately in a fabric-lined box or a soft pouch (like the one included with your item). 

Why stainless steel, you ask?

It's hypoallergenic. This makes it a great option if you have sensitive skin.
It won’t turn your skin colors. Unlike many other metals, stainless steel is safe to wear and will not harm your skin.
It's durable. It doesn’t corrode, fade, or tarnish.