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How To Clean Agate Products?Precautions Here!
- Dec 29, 2018 -

When you buy the product, please keep the following in mind:

1. Agate products should avoid collision with hard objects. Due to the high hardness of the agate, 

it is easily broken by impact. Especially the hollowed out works are more likely to be damaged.

 They are usually placed and carried firmly or firmly, or they are stored in a soft box.

2. When not in use, it should be stored in a jewelry box with a soft cloth or a cushion. Otherwise,

 the agate jewelry may be damaged due to friction or collision.

3. Agate worn or placed for a long time, the surface will produce oil or dust. Dust should be cleaned 

with a soft brush; oil should be washed with mild soapy water and rinsed with water;

4, should pay attention to avoid heat sources, such as sunlight, stoves, etc., because agate will expand

 when heated, the molecular volume will increase the internal quality, continuous exposure to high 

temperatures, will also cause agate to aburst. Light cracks appear, but heavy breaks directly.

5, agate to maintain a suitable humidity, so in the dry environment in winter, some measures are needed to 

humidify the room. For example, raising flowers in a room, watering flowers every day, or directly using a 

humidifier can increase humidity. In particular, water agate agate contains natural water during the formation 

period. If the preservation environment is very dry, it will cause the evaporation of natural water inside, thus 

losing the artistic and economic value of its collection.

6. If the agate product needs to be cleaned, use a soft brush or a soft cloth to wipe it. Can not be wiped off with 

water. Do not use detergent to wash, because detergents are also chemically corrosive.

7. Agate products should avoid contact with chemicals and other items as much as possible to avoid corrosion 

and affect their vividness and brightness;

8, try to avoid contact with perfume, chemical liquid, soap or human sweat to prevent erosion, affecting the 

vividness of agate.

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