Gold filled jewelry is cared for in the same manner as other precious jewelry. The absolutely best thing you can do for your Gold Filled HearClip is to clean regularly using a little bit of warm water, and a soft cloth to dry and shine after. Many chemicals marketed for cleaning jewelry are actually somewhat abrasive or corrosive and can cause some damage or color alteration to your jewelry. The best way to avoid this is to keep it simple. Warm water and a soft cloth are the best thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your jewelry.
Cleaning sterling silver will help to keep its bright shine, and when it is cleaned, it can be difficult to differentiate sterling silver from white gold. The best way to clean silver is to use a cleaning agent that has a sulfur base. This type of cleaner tends to have a pungent odor, but it will work quite well to remove accumulated tarnish.
Maintaining white gold is a bit trickier compared with caring for yellow gold or platinum. The reason has to do with how white gold is made: It consists of yellow gold mixed with white metals and covered with plating (usually rhodium) to hide the yellowish color of the resulting alloy. If white gold is polished too often, its rhodium plating will wear off quickly. Prepare a cleaning solution by mixing mild soap and warm water. Do not use detergents that contain chlorine or other harsh chemicals. Soak your white gold HearClip in the solution for 20-30 minutes. Gently rub the HearClip using a soft cloth or a soft brush to remove any dirt. Rinse the HearClip with lukewarm water to remove any soap residue.
Prepare a cleaning solution by mixing mild soap and warm water. Soak your HearClip in the solution for 20-30 minutes. Use a soft brush or a soft cloth to clean dirt off the jewelry. Rinse the Hearclip with lukewarm water to remove any soap residue.