Advise on how to look after your 3D printed nylon and precious metal products,
to keep then in great condition so you can take them with you on all your adventures!
3D printed Nylon products:
Over time the colour within the nylon product may change or fade dependent on its exposure to light and chemicals such as perfumes, creams etc.
If the the piece becomes ‘dirty’ from make-up or other elements, wash with cold water and soap. Lightly rub the effected area. Wash the product till the piece is clean and soap free. Let the piece dry thoroughly.
Never leave the hoop earrings in water. We advise the use of an antibacterial wipe to clean the ear post before and after use. The ear posts are sterling silver, please rub with a silver cloth if oxidisation occurs.
3D printed Nylon is strong, light and flexible. There is no known degrading of the material over time. Putting any 3D printed items under pressure, through getting the piece caught, pushing, pulling and twisting of the item can cause breakages. Unfortunately it is unlikely these can be mended. Care should be taken when wearing and items should be stored in their original Zoe Sherwood box (if supplied) or we recommend in a jewellery box.
Precious metal products:
It is common for precious metals to oxidise or tarnish over time if exposed to prolonged humidity, sweat, liquid, and or lotion. Oxidisation (i.e the chemical reaction or darkening of silver or gold). Regular cleaning with a precious metal cloth is advisable and can minimise any discolouration that may occur after wearing. We recommend storing your chosen piece in your Zoe Sherwood box when not in use.
All points stated above in no way inhibit your daily wear of our items. We ask that you look after your Zoe Sherwood Jewellery so you can wear it over and over again. We do not believe general wear and tear detracts from the design, it is a part of the natural wear and tear of the product. Which we believe enhances and is part of the beauty of wearing something you love.
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