Jewelry Care

Polymer Clay Earrings 

Please do not wet, wash, nor submerge your jewelry in liquids. We recommend you not let your jewelry come into contact with chemicals, solvents, perfume, make-up, or any aerosol products.

If you need to clean your clay jewelry, one option is to dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and carefully clean the piece—this does NOT apply to earrings that are hand-painted, have gold leaves, mica powder, resin, or coated with matte/shiny varnishes.

NOTE: If your piece has varnish, paint, glitter, and/or gold or silver leaves, we recommend using baby wipes to clean the surface of the earring. Please do so carefully and gently as they can peel or come off. 


When not in use, store your jewelry in a box, an anti-oxidation plastic bag, or in a separate compartment. Keep away from sharp objects to avoid scratching the surface. This will help you preserve your earrings and help it maintain condition, especially if your jewelry includes metals such as brass, copper, silver, and/or silver-plated pieces.

Brass - Please DO NOT wet brass pieces as this will cause the pieces to tarnish. Keep away from the sunlight and extreme heat. You may clean tarnished brass pieces that are not coated with gold or silver with a metal cleaner. Do not clean plated brass with chemical solutions. The plating will come off. 

Silver- S925 silver oxidizes with the air quickly, thus if not stored well in air-tight boxes or bags, it will tarnish and turn black. One way to clean your silver pieces is to use a silver cleaning paste. Another way to is to use a silver cleaning cloth.