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How to Clean Your Engagement Ring with 5 Simple Tricks

How to Clean an Engagement Ring-BIXLER

When you first buy your engagement ring, that’s as sparkly and beautiful the ring is going to be. Wearing a ring on a daily basis will inevitably make your diamond lose some of its shimmer, but luckily we can help you fix that! Here are a few different ways you can clean your engagement ring and make it look brand new:

WARNING: Engagement rings are very expensive and at the same time fragile jewelry pieces. Please be very careful when handling your ring and if you’d like to be extra safe, please go see a professional jeweler and let them do the work for you (safely).

Clean Your Engagement Ring Using Soapy Water

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  1. Put a little dish soap into a bowl. Fill the bowl with warm water and swish it around a bit to mix it.
  2. Place your ring in the bowl for 15 minutes and let the soap soak the ring.
  3. Remove your ring and examine it.
  4. Use a delicate toothbrush to gently clean the dirt off your ring.
  5. Rinse the ring with luke-warm water.
  6. Lay it out to dry on a towel.

Clean Your Engagement Ring Using a Steam Cleaner

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It is moderately inexpensive to buy a steam cleaner for your home. Steam cleaners use steam, to remove grime, oil, dirt, and any other dirt from your engagement ring. Additionally, the extraordinary thing about steam is that it takes under 10 seconds to clean the thing, and all you need is water! However, you still have to be mindful when using this thing since hot steam and high weight can be dangerous on the off chance that you aren’t cautious.

Clean Your Engagement Ring Using an Ultrasonic Cleaner

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Ultrasonic Cleaners are more affordable and work just as well! Ultrasonic cleaners tend to cost about the same as a steam cleaner and aren’t too bulky when it comes to size. When using ultrasonic cleaners on gemstones, read the maker’s manual cautiously before use. While some precious stones can withstand ultrasonic cleaning, that doesn’t mean all of them do. If you choose this method, make sure to do your research on whether this is a good option for your type of ring.

Clean Your Engagement Ring Using Windex and Hydrogen Peroxide Solution

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  • Get a small bowl and make a 50/50 solution of Windex and hydrogen peroxide
  • Soak your precious engagement ring for around 10–15 minutes.
  • The Windex will remove everyday dirt and the hydrogen peroxide will kill any microorganisms on the ring.
  • After soaking your engagement ring in the solution, gently scrub your ring with a soft toothbrush to remove residue.
  • Rinse with lukewarm water and let the ring air-dry on a towel.

Special Cases When It Comes to Cleaning a Ring

  • Dirt gathered in the middle of the prongs might be difficult to remove even after soaking with cleanser and brushing. All things considered, you can use a toothpick to clean the ring properly before rinsing the ring. Make sure to be careful when cleaning your ring that way and don’t apply too much force.
  • Try not to use bleaching agents and other rough synthetic substances on your diamond jewelry. It might consume the metal band of the ring and ruin the aesthetics of the ring’s finishing.
  • Be careful when putting your ring in extremely hot or warm water particularly in the event that you have a ring with blended gemstones. The sudden change in temperature can cause damage to the gemstones so it’s better to avoid extreme temperatures.

A Professional Can Make Your Ring Look Like New

If you feel that your ring needs a throughout cleaning, visiting a professional jeweler is suggested since they have appropriate equipment like steam cleaners and manual instruments for a perfect job. These cleaning treatments are normally performed either for free or for a very low price and can be done in only a short amount of time.

Don’t Clean Your Engagement Ring Too Often

To keep your ring at its best, try to clean it once a week at most. That’s enough to keep ordinary dirt and oil under control. About twice a year, however, it’s recommended to take it to a professional cleaner if your ring is exceptionally dirty.

Read more about cleaning a diamond ring at home and how to clean a gold bracelet.

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