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Pearl Care Guide

Taking care of pearl jewelry requires special attention because pearls are more delicate than other gemstones and precious metals. Here are some key guidelines for maintaining the beauty and longevity of your pearl jewelry:


Put on your pearl jewelry last when getting ready and take it off first when undressing. This minimizes exposure to cosmetics, hairspray, and perfume, which can damage pearls. Pearls are sensitive to acids, perspiration, and other chemicals. Make sure your skin is dry and free of lotion or perfume before putting on your pearls.


Wipe your pearls with a soft, lint-free cloth after each wear to remove body oils and dirt. For a more thorough cleaning, use a damp cloth. Occasionally, you can clean your pearls with a mild soap solution. Dip a soft cloth in soapy water, wipe the pearls, and then rinse them with a cloth dampened with clean water. Dry them with a soft cloth and lay them flat to dry completely. Never use ultrasonic cleaners, steamers, or harsh detergents on pearl jewelry.


Store pearls in a soft cloth pouch or a separate compartment in a jewelry box to prevent them from being scratched by other jewelry. We recommend to store them in the Julie Sandlau Jewelry box which comes with every purchase


If you wear your pearl necklaces or bracelets frequently, consider having them restrung annually or when the string starts to look worn. Use silk thread and ensure knots are tied between each pearl to prevent them from rubbing against each other and to minimize loss if the strand breaks.

Professional Maintenance

Take your pearl jewelry to any Julie Sandlau concept store for regular inspections. We can check the integrity of the clasps, strings, and settings, and perform any necessary repairs.

By following these guidelines, you can ensure your pearls remain beautiful and lustrous for many years.