• All silicone pieces glow in the dark (except black).
    • To see pieces glow, place under a bright or UV light then take to a dark room and see them glow!
    • The silicone is very flexible but should be handled gently. Take care not to pull silicone parts away from the silver.
    • Do not spray any cosmetic products directly on to the jewellery

Wet your hands and gently rub the silicone between your fingers Рa little washing up liquid can also be used. Dry with a hair dryer. Once completely dry, dab a little unperfumed talcum powder on the silicone and rub off the excess. This cleaning process can be repeated as often as required.

If your piece has a matt finish, rub silver parts with a green scourer to remove surface stains/marks, or brush a little toothpaste or pumice powder over the silver parts with an old soft toothbrush and rinse.

If your piece has a shiny finish, a silver cloth can be used.

Any piece that has an oxidised silver finish does not really need to be cleaned. Oxidisation is not permanent, this will wear off over time with general wear. If you would like a piece re-oxidised please get in touch with Jenny and she will be happy to do this for you.

Do not use any other silver cleaning chemicals as they can damage the silicone.

Gold plate
Clean with a soft cloth or wash in warm soapy water, rinse and dry. Be extra careful not to scuff gold plated jewellery by keeping separate from other jewellery which may scratch it and keep protected in a jewellery box.


Every piece comes with a silicone guarantee. An after care service is available if any of the silicone parts get damaged or you are unsure about cleaning.