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Sartoro’s Guide to Diamond Care

Sartoro’s Guide to Diamond Care

Recognised as the hardest natural substance on Earth. The diamond is extremely tough and can cut any kind of rock or metal, however only another diamond can cut a diamond.
The sparkle of a diamond lies in its facets, which resembles a number of mirrors that reflect light in and out of the stone. Cleaning the facets regularly will maintain your diamonds shine and sparkle.
In order to keep the sparkle in your diamond, it is important that you care for your diamonds in the correct way. The oil left from the mere touch of a human finger can result in dirt collection and make this resistant gemstone quickly lose its shine.

Here are some Sartoro tips on caring for your diamonds.
1) Limit the handling of your diamond
Diamonds act as magnets for grease, making them relatively difficult to keep clean. When you touch your diamonds, the oils from your fingers stick to the surface of the diamonds which affect the shine and brilliance.

2) Regularly clean your diamond
Once or twice a week, simply soak your diamond jewellery in a gentle degreasing solution, such as water with a couple of drops of mild dish cleaning soap. Use a soft, new toothbrush to gently clean between all the small gaps and hard-to-reach places, such as the back of the diamond.

3) Be gentle
It’s important that you handle your jewellery with care. Once you have carefully cleaned the piece with the toothbrush, rinse it with water and either leave it to air dry or dry it with a soft, lint-free cloth.

4) Avoid using harmful products
Stay away from using any products that are harmful such as household cleaners or toothpaste. These chemicals can seriously damage and scratch a large amount of metals used.

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