Stainless steel jewelry is very popular right now due to changing tastes and style trends that lean toward a more industrial, trendy look. It is very practical for anyone who wants to be in style while traveling and we know Corvette people love to travel. Stainless steel jewelry is a favorite of both men and women that want an industrial, street look with a touch of flash.
It is often compared to gold because the two last long and exude style. Stainless steel jewelry does not tarnish, does not discolor or stain, is hypoallergenic and is almost indestructible. These reasons make stainless steel jewelry very practical for anyone who loves to be in style.
Stainless steel jewelry is very versatile. As previously mentioned, the reason that people buy jewelry differs from person to person. Some people buy it just to own something pretty, while others buy it to wear it and make themselves look more attractive in public. Some people also want to look more refined in public rather than attractive and once again wearing jewelry is a way to accomplish this. Regardless of what the circumstances are, there is a piece of stainless steel jewelry available that can help you fulfill those needs; making stainless steel jewelry very versatile.
When you consider durability, it is quite obvious that stainless steel outperforms either gold or silver. Stainless steel is not only a naturally hardy alloy (as it was created to be), but it is also an alloy that can handle a lot of wear and tear. This means that in the course of wearing jewelry that undergoes a lot of use (i.e. rings and bracelets), stainless steel jewelry will last quite a bit longer than its gold or silver counterparts. This is a bigger return on investment.
It is one of the easiest metals to be taken care of but it is prone to scratch. It is always best to store it in a sealed container for utmost protection. Avoid putting it in your pocket without a jewelry bag or a sealed plastic bag. For stainless steel earrings, simply avoid putting the two earrings in the same bag as they may scratch each other.
Cleaning is simple. (1) Clean with a jewelry cloth. (2) If that doesn't help, then clean with warm soapy (Dawn is recommended) water and very gently. Use a soft cloth (like a 100% cotton) and gently wipe it dry or water spots may appear. In case of brushed stainless steel, move your cloth along the grain of your stainless steel jewelry as you don't want to leave your brushed jewelry with shiny spots. You shouldn't soak your stainless steel in water. (3) If neither of these solutions work, seek a professional.