How To Clean Negative Ion Jewelry

How To Clean Negative Ion Jewelry

Most negative ion jewelry is made of stainless steel, titanium, or sterling silver. When you wear any kind of jewelry regularly, it is going to get dirty. When you go to clean your negative ion jewelry, you want to make sure you’re not going to ruin it by using the wrong cleaning solutions on it. This blog will explain how to clean your negative ion jewelry in a way that will not damage it. Read on to learn how!

What Is Negative Ion Jewelry?

First off, we should explain what exactly negative ion jewelry is so that you understand why it’s so important to clean the jewelry properly. Negative ions are naturally present in the air we breathe and, more interestingly, have been said to have health benefits. They are produced by the water falling from the sky or by other natural processes such as trees and plants growing and thunderstorms.

Negative ions decrease stress levels by relaxing muscles and boosting serotonin levels in the brain, which is said to help fight depression. They also help reduce allergies by preventing pollen from sticking to mucous membranes in our nose and throat; this makes them great for people with asthma or allergies such as hay fever.

How Does Negative Ion Jewelry Work?

Negative ion jewelry is a fun way to add a little extra zing to your outfit, as well as provide some important health benefits during exercise.

Negative ions are negatively-charged particles that are found in nature, including in the air around us. When we breathe in negative ions, they attach to positive ions, such as those found in pollution, and the body absorbs them. This absorption can help to improve mood and overall well-being while also reducing symptoms of allergies and asthma.

Negative ion jewelry is made from materials that naturally produce negative ions when exposed to sunlight or other forms of energy, such as ultrasonic waves. When worn, these products release these ions into the air around you and boost your health!

How To Store Your Negative Ion Jewelry

Negative ion jewelry should be stored in a jewelry pouch or jewelry box. If there is moisture in the air, putting the negative ion jewelry in a pouch or jewelry box will keep it from getting as tarnished as it would just kept in the open.

Storing your negative ion jewelry appropriately is very important because it will keep your jewelry in good condition.

Making Your Negative Ions Jewelry Good As New

Cleaning your negative ion jewelry depends on a few things. One is which kind of metal your jewelry is made out of, stainless steel, sterling silver, or titanium. Each of these metals is cleaned differently.

Stainless steel jewelry may be cleaned with vinegar. You will want to dilute one part vinegar with one part water. If the jewelry is really dirty, you can make a thicker paste made with one part vinegar and one part baking soda.

Cleaning sterling silver negative ion ring jewelry is very similar. Use one part baking soda and one part water, then gently rub the mixture into the jewelry. After rubbing the jewelry thoroughly, you can then rise the jewelry off with water and lay it flat to dry.

Cleaning titanium jewelry is a bit different than the other metals. By using Windex or a similar ammonia glass cleaner, you can rub your jewelry, and it should come back to life. After rubbing with the solution, you can then rinse the jewelry with warm water to remove the solution.

When you go to clean your negative ion jewelry, you want to have a microfiber cloth. At Purlife, we have a solution that is sent with your jewelry when you purchase from us. This solution is specially designed to clean your negative ion jewelry without damaging it.