How to properly care for and clean purchased jewelry?

Use mild soapy water: Soak the jewelry in mild soapy water and use a soft brush or soft cloth to gently wipe it to clean lines and details.
Avoid strongly acidic or alkaline cleaners: Avoid using strongly acidic or alkaline cleaners to avoid adverse effects on alloys, copper, stainless steel, titanium steel, etc.
Avoid water stains when cleaning: Wipe dry with a soft cloth after cleaning to ensure that the water has fully evaporated to prevent water stains from remaining.
Regular inspection and maintenance: Regularly check the fastening settings of jewelry and accessories for damage, and repair and maintain them in a timely manner.
Use a professional jewelry cleaner: Consider using a professional jewelry cleaner designed for alloys, stainless steel, etc., but be sure to follow the product instructions for proper use.
Avoid exposure to bright light and moisture: Prolonged exposure to bright light and moisture can affect the appearance and texture of your jewelry.
Pay attention to separation when storing: It is best to store jewelry made of different materials separately to avoid scratches caused by friction with each other.
Please note that different brands and styles of jewelry may have specific care requirements, and it is best to follow the care manual for the specific product or seek advice from a jewelry professional for cleaning and care.