MATERIAL & CARE
WHAT MATERIAL ARE THE JEWELLERY MADE OF?
All earrings are made with polymer clay (a non-toxic PVC based medium) and/or acrylic glass and surgical steel studs and/or 925 silver clip-ons/wire (lead free, cadmium free, nickel free) or gold filled wire.
Even though polymer clay is durable and strong it still needs to be cared for correctly because it can be easily broken with improper use and storage. Please do NOT bend!
CAN I WEAR THEM ALL THE TIME?
I really hope you want to wear them all the time, RAMBAZAMBA REPRESENT :)
Avoid showering or swimming while wearing your jewellery, keep them away from perfumes or harsh chemicals to preserve the vibrant colours. Avoid sleeping on them to prevent the studs/hangers/clip-ons to be deformed.
Over time polymer clay that is well worn and loved will get a natural patina.
HOW SHOULD I STORE MY PIECES?
The best way is to store them in a dry cool spot, I suggest storing them in the package box it was delivered in to avoid them being knocked around and easily broken or lost.
HOW CAN I CLEAN MY PIECES?
You can easily clean polymer clay and acrylic glass with water (can be warm but not too hot) and soap.
If you wish to slightly polish your polymer clay pieces, you can gently rub the pieces with a soft cotton cloth after washing them.
The hangers/clip-ons made out of 925 silver can tarnish with time, simply polish them with a microfibre cloth.
MY PIECE OF JEWELLERY BROKE...WHAT CAN I DO?
If you have the unfortunate experience of your gems breaking please contact me straight away via email with a photo of the jewellery and we can discuss a solution.
Just to clarify: items that have not been cared for or stored correctly will not be replaced or refunded.
The same goes for items that are more than 6 months old.
Proof of purchase will be required.
IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNING
Do NOT allow any children to play with, wear or chew on your jewellery. They are NOT for teething purposes at all and will break when chewed on - which is a potential choking hazard. NEVER leave a child unsupervised around your jewellery, earring posts are small and could be a serious choking hazard.
For any further questions do not hesitate to contact me via the contact form.