Can I get my jewellery wet? Yes! Waterproof Sterling Silver Jewellery
Here are some tips
My advice is to wear your silver jewellery (the oils from your skin help keep it clean), remove when washing/sanitising your hands if you can. But it’s not the end of the world if you don't - most changes that occur do not imply permanent damage and can be cleaned at home, or professionally cleaned. When not wearing your jewellery every day it's best to store it in the anti-tarnish bag provided!
Go for it! There aren’t harsh chemicals in tap water that would react significantly with your sterling silver jewellery. The soap and water can even help wash away any residue from your skin and dirt in the air that can also cause your silver to look dull. If using hair dye then I'd recommend taking it off though.
It's ok. Swimming pools are treated with chlorine, and chlorine can react with sterling silver but depending on how much chlorine is in the pool and how often you swim will determine if its ok or not. Make sure you shower after to rinse any chlorinated water off.
I'd avoid. There’s a lot more chlorine in hot tubs, and it’s hot. Chemical reactions generally speed up at higher temperatures, so I’d definitely try to take off your silver before getting in a hot tub.
Not a great idea. Salt can be corrosive and will also leave a residue on your jewellery which would need to be cleaned off. Take it off before going in the water but If you forget, try to rinsing it and dry it off with some clean water afterwards.