I bought a pair of Chanel earrings a few years ago, they are the gold CC studs with pearls in them and the tops are noticeably starting to tarnish. Does anyone else have this problem, has anyone taken them to Chanel to have them fixed? If so, how much does it cost? I can post pictures later.
I got my ears pierced at the mall (I was about 8 years old) and left them in for the recommended 3 months, I turned them and cleaned them and did everything I was supposed to. Every time I would try to change my earrings, they bled and if I left them out for more than 15 minutes or so, they closed up.
I have old piercings in my ears and get 'pus' in them. The last time I had an earring in them was about five or six years ago. The 'pus' however isn't an infection - it's just 'gunk'.
Here's The Reason Why Your Earring Backs Smell Like Stinky Cheese. If you aren't familiar with the term, you might recognize the description: icky, brownish-gray gunk that builds up on your earring posts and backs, especially the kind with the clear plastic bit over the backing. It has a distinctive funky odor,
How to Clean Diamond Earrings. Diamonds are a girl's best friend and to keep them shiny and sparkly, it's best to clean them on a regular basis. Diamond earrings can get dingy and dirty from even occasional use as lotions, powders and the oil from your skin can cover them with a thin film and build up gunk in the corners and crevices.
What is the best way to clean your earring backs? Discussion in 'The Cat Lounge unless they get icky. My antiseptic ear spray double as a cleaner, so i soak both the front and back (studs, not dangly earrings) then rub them clean with cotton buds. If gunk sticks in the circles, you could