Interview guide

- Unfortunately, 925 sterling silver and all other types of silver tarnish over time. So the question is: How can we slow it down?
 - Contact with water: Not a good idea. But it's unlikely to cause any lasting damage. Just make sure you dry it afterwards.
 - Swimming pool: Chlorine is an aggressive chemical, so if you accidentally forget to remove your jewelry before swimming, be sure to rinse and clean it thoroughly afterwards.
 - Contact with sweat: Chemicals in our bodily fluids accelerate the tarnishing process of sterling silver and can leave colored marks on the skin. The best thing to do is rinse and dry your jewelry.
 - Chemicals in lotions and perfumes can also tarnish silver jewelry.
 - Spa: Same idea as the pool, but there's even more chlorine in the spa and the heat can accelerate the chemical reaction.
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