The layer Thickness: The Gold plated jewelry sold on Jeweleen.com is plated with a thick layer of gold about 2 microns. We thicken the layer to make the plating last for much longer duration than the average plating quality available in the market.
Rough exposure to the jewelry: Rough activities can affect the durability of the gold plated jewelry as they can cause really bad scratch lines cutting the under metal. The possibility of damage begins when you work on rough or abrasive surfaces.
The routine work activities can also result in wear and tear as you may end up hitting the jewelry on table or getting a scratch while lifting a luggage, or accidentally hitting the wall or table corners, the possibilities for damage are endless.
Exposed to household chemicals: Let’s say any solvent or while spraying on your hair the ring or bracelet might get exposed to chemical, or the body sweat causing the damage.
Skin Adoption and allergies: Some skin just coexists well with the plating than others. From our experience, in a compelling case, the plating may keep going for days for certain couple of clients.
Dark gold plating is by and large more defenseless against scratches/knocks than other gold plating choices. Reason is essentially in light of the fact that the inward metal (generally silver or gold) has high standout shading from dark. For instance, when the dark gold plated ring gets scratched, you will see a (differentiating) white scratch line which is the shading of the inward metal, silver.
With the same method of reasoning, we can likewise ascertain that "Yellow gold plating over strong yellow gold metal" and "White gold plating over silver or strong white gold metal" will yield fundamentally more subtle scratches. For instance, when the white gold plating surface is profoundly scratched, you will see a white/silver base metal, silver at that time.