Do not wet polymer clay earrings. Avoid using chemicals, solvents, perfume, jewelry cleaners, or any aerosol products near the earrings.
In the case that it becomes dirty, wipe with a soft, damp cloth. You may also use a cotton ear swab dipped in acetone to wipe lightly on the surface of the earring–this does NOT apply to earrings that are hand-painted, have a gold leaf, or are coated with varnish.
The clay is strong but can be scratched or broken – be careful not to drop delicate pieces or place in pockets or purses
If your piece is varnished, hand-painted, has gold leaf, is glittered–use a baby wipe to gently clean the surface of the earring.
Not recommended for wear during sleep, showering, or swimming
When not in use, store polymer clay jewelry in a box or a separate compartment. Keep away from sharp objects to avoid scratching the surface. This will help with the preservation of each handmade piece.
Crystals are fragile and can break if dropped or handled roughly. Place in a safe elevated location to avoid damage. Keep out of reach of children.
In damp conditions, the earring backing may fall away. If this happens, you can use a maximum strength adhesive to reapply. I use the Gorilla 2 part epoxy glue. Over time and with extended use the backings may lose the adhesive. Using a strong adhesive to reapply should suffice.