If you treat your piece with care, it will stay nice and shiny.
Store your jewelry in a soft bag to protect it from scratching. Lucite is resilient, but try not to crush or drop your piece. If you're traveling with your piece, protect it in your luggage by keeping it away from other hard objects.
Lucite can have a negative reaction when exposed to products that contain chemicals, especially alcohol. For best long-term condition, avoid contact with perfumes, sunscreens, cleaning products (even glass cleaner), soaps, hairspray, and cosmetics. Saltwater and pool chemicals may cause degeneration, so remove your jewelry before swimming. It's also a good idea to store your jewelry away from sunlight and high heat, such as candles.
It’s natural for a well-loved piece to get a bit dirty overtime; fingerprints and smudges can accumulate on surfaces. If you notice your piece isn’t sparkling, use a touch of water and a soft, non-fuzzing cloth to wipe it clean and polish the surface.