Handstamp Care Instructions


To enjoy your handstamped pieces for as long as possible, instructions are listed below on how to properly care for and store them. I highly suggest following these few guidelines so that you can keep them as close to their original form as possible!

Unless stated otherwise, all handstamped pieces will be made out of aluminum. Aluminum is a lightweight, durable metal that will not tarnish. Please note that after some time, this metal will show signs of wear and tear which is perfectly normal. 


How To Clean Your Handstamped Pieces:

Without proper and regular cleaning, it will be harder to keep your pieces in top condition for longevity.

Gently wipe with a soft cloth, a tiny amount of alcohol and be sure to avoid the ink! Do not press hard when polishing or you may cause damage to the surface.


When Should You Remove Your Handstamped Pieces?

To keep your handstamped pieces in pristine condition and prevent scratching, deterioration, or enamel loss over time:

  • Always remove when in contact with water or excess moisture! This includes taking a bath, shower, exercising, swimming, etc.
  • Avoid chemicals and household cleaners! Remove when applying lotions and creams, or simply cleaning the house.

When storing, I recommend keeping them out of the bathroom and shower area, steam rooms, gym/spa, etc. Always store in a dry place!

If you notice chips or fading, you can simply go over the design with a Sharpie. Once it is dry, wipe the excess off with a soft cloth and a dab of alcohol.