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THE DROP STUD EARRING

$25.00

0.71 inch W
1.22 inch L

Weight 23 grams
Stainless Steel

PVD Real Gold Plated

All jewelry is final sale

Jewelry Care
To protect PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) stainless steel jewelry, you can follow these tips:

1. Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals: Chemicals such as chlorine, bleach, and ammonia can damage the PVD coating on the jewelry. Remove your jewelry before swimming, cleaning, or using any cleaning products.

2. Avoid contact with abrasive surfaces: PVD stainless steel jewelry can get scratched if it comes into contact with rough surfaces. Be cautious when wearing your jewelry and avoid activities that may cause scratches.

3. Store properly: When not wearing your PVD stainless steel jewelry, store it in a soft cloth or a jewelry box to prevent scratches and minimize exposure to air and moisture.

4. Clean gently: Use a soft cloth or a jewelry cleaning cloth to gently wipe the jewelry and remove any dirt or oils. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials for cleaning.

5. Avoid extreme temperatures: PVD stainless steel jewelry can be sensitive to extreme temperatures. Avoid exposing your jewelry to excessive heat or cold.

6. Remove during physical activities: It's best to remove your PVD stainless steel jewelry during physical activities, such as sports or exercise, to prevent damage.

By following these tips, you can help protect the PVD coating on your stainless steel jewelry and keep it looking its best for a longer time.

All jewelry is final sale

Please allow 5-7 business days for all orders to be processed

Jewelry Care
To protect PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) stainless steel jewelry, you can follow these tips:

1. Avoid exposure to harsh chemicals: Chemicals such as chlorine, bleach, and ammonia can damage the PVD coating on the jewelry. Remove your jewelry before swimming, cleaning, or using any cleaning products.

2. Avoid contact with abrasive surfaces: PVD stainless steel jewelry can get scratched if it comes into contact with rough surfaces. Be cautious when wearing your jewelry and avoid activities that may cause scratches.

3. Store properly: When not wearing your PVD stainless steel jewelry, store it in a soft cloth or a jewelry box to prevent scratches and minimize exposure to air and moisture.

4. Clean gently: Use a soft cloth or a jewelry cleaning cloth to gently wipe the jewelry and remove any dirt or oils. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials for cleaning.

5. Avoid extreme temperatures: PVD stainless steel jewelry can be sensitive to extreme temperatures. Avoid exposing your jewelry to excessive heat or cold.

6. Remove during physical activities: It's best to remove your PVD stainless steel jewelry during physical activities, such as sports or exercise, to prevent damage.

By following these tips, you can help protect the PVD coating on your stainless steel jewelry and keep it looking its best for a longer time.

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