Care guide

Slani is made to premium standards, with only the highest quality gold and sterling silver, and high micron plating for longer lasting. But all good quality products still need a little bit of love and care. 


Take your jewellery off once a month and clean them under lukewarm water with a small drop of mild soap, rinse everything under running water and buff dry with a soft cloth. We also recommend to use a polishing clot and gentle polish away dirt and grit collected on the surface. 


Chemicals and some household substances can weaken metal or damage, even if not immediately apparent. 

The most important factor in caring for your fine jewellery, is understanding appropriate wear.

For longer lasting, we recommend to remove jewellery when:

- Showering, bathing and swimming in clorine pools.

-  Applying cosmetic products and perfumes. 

- Exercising, sweat is very acidic and can harm your jewellery and can easily get damaged by contact with weights or gym machinery.

- Cooking, washing up or doing any hands on work, where your jewellery is exposed to chemicals. 

Please note that all metals oxidise naturally with time and will require maintenance. 

Depending on your professional life, you will need to carefully assess whether your piece should be worn during working hours. If in doubt about whether you should wear your piece in a specific situation, be safe and take it off. Adhering to these guidelines will assist in maximising the longevity of your piece.


Please take care when handling and storing. 

Storage your item in a moisture free room, in the box or pouch provided. Moisture and humidity can cause oxidisation and tarnishing, so please avoid storing your jewellery in the bathroom. Exposure to moisture and dirt in the air, and direct sunlight can make them go dull over time,


For open sized items, adjust your item to the correct size by applying light pressure to bend the metal. Please keep in mind that continual adjustment will cause the metal to fatigue and may cause damage. Adjustable rings are designed to be altered to your size once, and damage caused by excessive bending will not be viewed as a product fault.


What do you do if your favorite necklaces become knotted?

To work through any knots, we recommend using a pin to gently untangle the chain. 

Take care to avoid being too heavy-handed, as you may break the chain. 

Generally, gently and patiently working on a knot will be effective. Chain products should be stored in their original packaging or carefully hung to avoid tangling.