Jewellery can tarnish over time! Therefore it is important to take good care of them and keep them in good condition. Jewellery that is worn every day should be cleaned once a year to get rid of dirt, fine dust and sweat so that the jewellery will convince with clarity again.
Cleaning genuine jewellery
It is also important to store the jewellery so that it does not get tarnished by humidity if your jewellery is near lined bags. All Angel Caller jewellery is delivered in a nice grey box, which contains a drying bag. It is important not to throw them away, but to keep them and store the jewellery properly. It is also important not to associate the jewellery with household chemicals, perfumes or cosmetics, as this can have negative effects on your jewellery.
Proper cleaning of tarnished jewellery
However, if the jewellery gets tarnished or dirty, simple household tips for cleaning jewellery are a good idea. An old toothbrush and washing-up liquid can be used to remove stains, for example, thanks to the fat-dissolving component in the agent. Silver jewellery can also be easily cleaned with aluminium foil. If you put a piece of aluminium foil and a teaspoon of salt in a bowl and then fill it with hot water, your silver jewellery will be as good as new!
Powerful stones of Engelsrufer and their energies
The new Powerful Stone collection from Engelsrufer can also look particularly good with the right care. To set the fascinating powerful stones perfectly in the scene and get the best effect, they have to be cleaned mechanically and energetically.
To unload hold the stone under running water. Rub gently with your fingers for one minute. Rub dry with a clean cotton cloth. The stored information can be easily removed.
For energetic cleaning, place the stone overnight in a quiet place in a collection of hematites or amethysts.
After cleaning, moonstones can be charged by the moon and sunstones by the sun. Sunstones such as aquamarine, jasper, tiger's eye, etc. are suitable for charging in the morning sun, as the midday sun is too aggressive. With moonstones e.g. agate, lapis lazuli, malachite, rose quartz, etc. no time is prescribed, but the red moon should be avoided.