Caring for your Earrings
We recommend storing your earrings in a cool and dry place, out of direct sunlight.
This means not leaving your earrings on the bathroom bench or in the car console folks!
Keeping your jewellery in a box or case is best to prevent damage to the hooks or posts.
Unlike surgical steel, sterling silver tarnishes over time due to moisture and oils from your skin. To keep your findings sparkling silver we recommend using a silver polishing cloth on the hooks and jump rings. It’s super easy and affordable!
A baby wipe or glasses cloth can be used to remove any surface oils or dirt from the acrylic pendant.
Caring for your Patches
Iron on instructions
Set your iron to approximately 150-180° on the cotton setting (without steam). You need a hot and dry iron for good adhesion.
Apply iron to fabric to warm and smooth the area prior to patch application.
Place patch on the fabric, embroidery side facing up.
Place a thin tea towel over the patch for protection.
Apply the iron on top of the tea towel with pressure. Keep the iron moving at all times. Pressure is key to good adherence.
For safe keeping, stitch a little thread to the edges to avoid any lost patch tears!
Note: Do not apply to synthetic or highly elastic fabrics or materials which are too delicate to withstand the heat. Cotton denim is ideal.
Turn garment with patches inside out.
Hand wash with a mild eco detergent.
Pat dry using a towel, you may wish to roll the garment with the towel and squeeze gently.
Place garment flat in the shade to dry.
When dry, iron garment on the reverse side of the patches and then on top using the instructions above.