How to Care for Koa Inlay Jewelry
Koa Wood inlay jewelry is known for its stunning wood grain patterns. To keep it in pristine condition, we recommend following these care instructions:
- Avoid moisture: While the Koa Inlay has a protective coating, Koa Wood can be sensitive to moisture. Remove your Koa Wood inlay jewelry before swimming, bathing, or engaging in activities that may expose it to water.
- Avoid exposure: Salt water, soaps, lotions, cleaning agents, and chemicals can have an effect on the jewelry and on the inlay. Salt, salt water, and chemicals such as chlorine are corrosive to sterling silver jewelry.
- Clean Gently: To clean Koa Wood jewelry, use a soft, damp cloth to wipe away dirt and oils. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as they can damage the wood. Avoid soaking in water, cleaning solutions, or ultrasonic cleaners.
- Storage: Store Koa wood inlay jewelry in a dry place, away from direct sunlight. Consider wrapping it in a soft cloth or storing it in a jewelry box with padded compartments to prevent scratching.
- Regular Inspection: Periodically check you Koa Wood inlay jewelry for damages and any signs of wear. If you notice any issues, contact your local Na Hoku store location or Na Hoku Customer Service.