10 Ways to Take Care of Your Engagement Ring (how to clean a diamond ring)

Your fiance did a beautiful job picking out just the right engagement ring that represents you and your love for each other. So of course you’ll want to be able to look at it every day to admire its exquisiteness. Here are a few tips for caring for and cleaning your ring to ensure that it stays as gorgeous as the day he proposed to you.

10 Ways to Take Care of Your Engagement Ring

  1. Are you the athletic type? Remember to take your ring off during sports so you won’t injure yourself or others with that big rock on your finger.
  2. Take off your ring before you put on lotion, make up, perfume or hairspray.
  3. Plans to do some cleaning? If you are using chemicals you won’t want to be wearing your ring.
  4. If you do need to take your engagement ring off for any reason, always put it in the same place every time you take it off. Your man would be pretty upset if you lost it!
  5. To make sure your ring stays stunning and shiny, clean it once a week.
  6. Before you go taking a dip in the pool or relaxing in a hot tub remember to take your ring off. The chlorine can affect the brilliant shine of it.
  7. Some people’s nervous tick is to rub their stone, but if you do this often, oil will build up in the stone and setting.
  8. Obviously steer clear of using anything abrasive when you’re cleaning your ring.
  9. Don’t allow your ring to air dry if it gets wet. Instead, use a lint-free cloth to dry it off.
  10. Before cleaning your ring, inspect it for any damage (loose stone, abrasions, etc.). Cleaning it could aggravate the issue and make it worse. If this is the case, you should take it to a professional to have it cleaned.

Learn more about how to clean a diamond ring.

These tips are good advice for how to clean a diamond ring of any kind. For more tips like this and other helpful information about cleaning rings, subscribe to this blog!

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