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Asha® Care

Thorough cleanings:

A more thorough cleaning can be done via any standard home jewelry
cleaner, or you can make your own cleansing solution by simply
combining warm water and a bit of hand-dishwashing soap (i.e. Joy,
Palmolive, etc.). Allow your jewelry to soak in there for a few minutes -
the hand dishwashing liquid will help dissolve the grease from body oils,
which play a large part in trapping dirt onto your jewelry (esp. rings).
With an old toothbrush, gently(!) scrub the jewelry piece and Asha®
to break up trapped dirt. Be sure to try to get the underside of your
stone with the brush if possible. Buildup on the underside of gems
(diamond or Asha®) is what is responsible for adding a dull grey look
to your stone, so don't forget to lightly scrub there. After that, rinse
in water and pat dry.  

Professional cleanings:

Your local jeweler can offer your Asha® jewelry a more thorough
professional cleaning. They will either steam clean or ultrasound (or
both) your jewelry, neither will cause any problems and will help in
keeping your Asha® jewelry at peak brilliance.

General Care: 

Asha® has a form of amorphous diamond on its upper layer. As such, it
is chemically inert and very abrasion resistant. You can swim, shower,
etc. with no undue concern.  Be sure to remove your jewelry when
engaging in activities that may prove hazardous to its health - i.e. rock
climbing or other activities where you are likely to give your jewelry a
nice whack or hard scratch.  

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