If you are the proud owner of a gleaming locket made in gold or any other precious material then you need to take good care of your locket pendant so that it lasts for generations to come. Here are shiny tips that will help you to maintain your locket in pristine condition so that you can enjoy showing it to your loved ones birthstone necklaces.
You should certainly remember to remove your locket pendant and chain when you have a bath or while washing your car since water could enter your pendant and spoil any photos inside. Water would anyway react with various metals blended into your 14, 18 or 24k gold pendant monogrammed necklace[here] and result in corrosion that would darken the pendant. You should also remember to remove your locket while engaging in any physical activity since your sweat would also end up damaging your pendant in the long run. In addition, gold is a soft metal that could easily get scratched or dented if you wear it whilst engaging in any physical sports.
While some people advocate toothpaste and a toothbrush to clean any grime off a gold or silver locket, you should remember that some toothpastes have rough micro-granules that could irrevocably scratch your locket engraved necklace.