Gold-filled jewellery is created by a process of mechanically bonding a thin layer of pure Gold to a base metal. This gives it stunning and almost flawless finish due to its higher gold content and improved production. Under normal wearing conditions and proper care, gold-filled jewellery will keep its shine. Gold filled jewellery are usually meant for occasional outings, therefore heavy wear should be avoided. AVOID CONTACT WITH ANY CHEMICAL, if necessary clean with a little warm water and a soft, lint-free clothe to dry and shine after.
Stainless steel jewellery is made of a steel alloy that contains chromium. The good thing about stainless steel is that it doesn’t rust making it very durable. Stainless steel jewellery can be cared for by adding a little dishwashing soap in water and using a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe the stainless steel. Use another moist cloth dipped in clean water to then wipe off the soap. Finally dry your jewellery with a clean towel.
Sterling Silver (925)
Silver is popularly regarded as a ‘dirty metal’ due to how fast it oxidizes. Exposing silver to ordinary air can cause it to darken, so it is advisable to store your jewellery in pouch our case when not wearing. However, caring for your silver jewellery is quite easy. 925 can be cleaned by washing with a little detergent and warm water. After gently scrubbing, rinse it well with clean water and dry.
OYL Novelty Hats
Caring for your hat is necessary. Hats get stained especially by sweat therefore you need to wash your hat regularly. Washing your hat can be done by adding a little detergent into a bowl of water, a toothbrush can be used to scrub the hat and using the brush enables you to scrub around logos in order not to destroy them. Rinse the cap and dry with a couple of hand towels. Pack the inside of the cap so as to maintain its shape while drying.