Once you’ve created the locket that perfectly tells the unique story of you, you want it to stay beautifully sparkly (just like you) and shiny. With these Origami Owl® jewelry care tips, you can keep all of your jewelry looking as good as new for years to come.
- Your locket, not unlike a cat, doesn’t do well around water. Take it off before you shower, swim or dance in the streets during a downpour.
- Remember, it is made with glass and it can be temperamental in extreme heat. Don’t leave your locket (or lanyard) in your car for long periods of time.
- For twist lockets, the movement of your body can gradually loosen the face from the base, so give it a good twist each time you put it on, just to make sure it’s closed nice and tight. Professional cha-cha-cha-ers, this is especially important for you!
- But, don’t go all She-Ra twisting it or you could break the locket.
- Store your locket in a cool, dry place. Living Lockets are not waterproof, so storing your locket in a humid area (like a bathroom) can allow condensation to get inside your locket. It will look like your locket is crying and you will too.
- Give your locket a little TLC with a dry polishing cloth. Use circular motions to restore the shine and beauty.
- While the watch base is water resistant, the face and leather strap are not. Got it a little wet while washing your hands? No worries! Forgot it was on when you went white water rafting? Call me, because A. I want to hear about your awesome adventure, B. You probably need a new watch.
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It’s easy to keep your O2 looking as pretty as the day you received it with these jewelry care tips. The two biggest tips (and really, this applies to all of your jewelry) is to keep it dry and give it some lovin’ with a polishing cloth, like the one above. Don’t have one? Let’s fix that! Fill out this form and I’ll mail you one for free.