Kupkake Blue maintains a high standard of quality control. We commit to replacing manufacturing faults free of charge up to 30 days from the original delivery date. Kupkake Blue is not liable for jewelry that the user damages. Our products are manufactured with small parts and are not intended for use by children 3 years of age and younger. Please note that our products are not toys. Never leave your child unattended with any of Kupkake Blue's products. Always supervise children closely while wearing Kupkake Blue's products. Our products also contain very small pieces, which could pose a choking hazard which includes but is not limited to beads, clasps, tassels, etc. While our jewelry is created with safety and longevity in mind, no jewelry is created to be breakable. These small components are considered a choking hazard if broken.
Please take off all jewelry while your child is bathing, swimming, and napping, as small parts may become loose and impose a choking hazard if the parent does not take safety precautions. By purchasing Kupkake Blue products, the buyer acknowledges full responsibility and agrees with all items. Kupkake Blue assumes no liability for injuries, medical issues, or death resulting from product misuse. Supervision is required, and the buyer assumes all responsibility. Your child's safety is our #1 priority. Our products are not teething or nursing jewelry and do not allow the wearer to place the item in the mouth. Again, our products are not toys or edible products.
Every item by Kupkake Blue is handmade with care. We want your jewelry to be long-lasting, so here are a few tips to ensure your items are as good as new from the first day you received your order:
Corrosion of jewelry occurs under moist or wet conditions, especially when exposed to warmth and air. To prevent product buildup such as makeup, hair products, body oil/lotion on your jewelry, you can use a soft cloth to clean and polish. A safe way to clean jewelry is to pour a small amount of mild liquid detergent (pH neutral) in lukewarm water and use a small soft brush. Two brushes are an idea for cleaning intricate designs that can otherwise be difficult to clean. Avoid home remedies such as using toothpaste, cola, etc. These kinds of remedies will often damage the jewelry. Toothpaste contains an abrasive, and cola is acidic. Both will damage the surface of precious metals. Stay away from jewelry cleaners and harsh soaps, which may have components to cause metals to wear down. To keep your piece looking its best, follow our care suggestions: avoid chemicals, extreme heat due to scented fragrances within jewelry, close sunlight, and hitting your jewelry on hard surfaces. Do not expose your jewelry to contact with makeup, hairspray, creams, and perfumes, as they can help speed up the tarnishing process. Avoid exposing your jewelry to household chemicals when cleaning with bleach and ammonia or swimming in chlorinated or salt water, as it can also cause damage. A good rule of thumb is to let jewelry be the last thing you put on in the morning and the first thing removed in the evening, and always store jewelry in a pouch or jewelry box. Use only professional jewelry cleaners. Over time your items may tarnish if kept near metal objects. Do not wear during exercise. It should be stored separately in a tarnish-resistant pouch or lined protective box when jewelry is not worn.
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