Please treat and wear your jewelry with care. Store jewelry separately in an airtight bag or container and remove before going to sleep. Avoid contact with water, lotions, perfumes, hairspray or any liquid. Protect jewelry from sharp blows, extreme temperatures, sunlight and rough or hard surfaces.
Brass and copper - over time they both naturally develops a rich patina, meaning the metal darkens from its original state.
However, if you prefer to restore it to its original tone one option that involves household items is a salt and lemon juice solution. Simply combine the two, scrub it on your piece and rinse clean. Another similar option is baking soda, a bit of lemon juice and water. Scrub and rinse.
There are also several products made specifically for cleaning jewelry such brass jewelry polish, polishing pads, and polishing cloths.
Avoid storing your brass in humid areas like bathrooms, and avoid wearing in water to help minimize oxidation. And, it's a good idea to store your pieces in an airtight container when not being worn.
Gold - Gold is naturally tarnish resistant, however it can get dirty or smudged. To keep it glowing, use warm water along with mild dish soap to clean, rinse and dry with a soft cloth. Gently polish with a polishing cloth or polishing pad for best results.
Sterling Silver - can tarnish over time, but the easiest way to slow this down is by wearing it. So, wear your sterling often! Like brass, polishing it with jewelry polish or polish pads will quickly remove tarnish that develops.
Gold Filled or Plated - Care should be taken when wearing or cleaning your plated jewelry as plating can wear off slightly overtime especially with heavy use. Gold filled jewelry can last a very long time with proper care. To keep your piece looking its best, gently clean with a damp soft cotton cloth.