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Shine On: The Ultimate Guide to Cleaning and Maintaining Your Engagement Ring
In addition to considering gemstone hardness, taking care of your gemstone treasures is essential to ensuring longevity and maintaining its beauty - no matter which gemstone you select. Here are some tips for cleaning and caring for your engagement ring.
Regular cleaning: Dirt, oil, and other substances can build up on your ring over time, making it look dull and less sparkly. To keep it looking its best, clean your engagement ring regularly. You can use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a gentle jewelry cleaner to remove any dirt or grime. Be sure to rinse your ring thoroughly with warm water and dry it with your soft Nangi jewelry cloth.
Avoid harsh chemicals: Exposure to harsh chemicals can damage your ring. Avoid wearing your ring while cleaning with bleach or other harsh chemicals, and remove it before swimming in a chlorinated pool or hot tub.
Store it properly: When you're not wearing your ring, store it in a safe place. Ideally, you should store it in our Nangi jewelry box or pouch, separate from other jewelry to prevent scratches and damage.
Get it checked: Regularly have your ring checked by us or another professional jeweler to ensure that the prongs holding the gemstone are secure and not damaged. Loose prongs can lead to lost or damaged gemstones.
Remove it during activities: Certain activities can put your ring at risk for damage. Remove your ring before doing activities such as working out, gardening, or heavy lifting to avoid accidental damage.
In summary, cleaning and caring for your ring is crucial to ensuring its longevity and maintaining its beauty. By following these tips, you can keep your engagement ring looking its best for years to come.
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