How to Clean & Care Your Jewelry!

Cleaning your diamond ring regularly is essential to maintain its gorgeous sparkle and luster. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you keep your stunning diamond in pristine condition along with a few care tips!

1. Gather the essentials: It doesn't take much to get your ring back to its sparkling condition. Simply grab a bowl, I like using a little dish pour windex or dawn dish-soap if you don't have any jewelry cleaner. A SOFT bristled brush, do not use any brush because it can overtime scratch your ring. Then grab a lint-free cloth if you don't have one paper towel can work just fine.

2. Soak the ring: Place your diamond ring in the bowl of the cleaning solution and let it soak for about 20-30 minutes. This will help loosen any dirt, oil, or debris that might have accumulated on the surface or under the diamond.

3. Gently brush the ring: After soaking, take the soft-bristled toothbrush and gently scrub the ring, paying attention to hard-to-reach areas, like under the diamond or around the prongs. The soft brush will dislodge any remaining dirt without scratching the metal.

4. Rinse: Once you've brushed the ring thoroughly, rinse it under warm running water to remove any soap residue. Be sure to use a sink strainer or close the drain to prevent the ring from accidentally slipping down the sink. 

5. Pat dry with a cloth: Carefully pat the ring dry using a lint-free cloth or your handy paper towel! Then you should have an extra sparkly diamond! Almost like its brand new!

I suggest cleaning it once a week just to keep your diamond extra sparkling! As for care of your diamond jewelry; avoid working out or lifting weights while wearing your ring can heavily scratch and damage your stunning ring. Also, avoid applying lotions while wearing your diamond jewelry. The lotion reaches all the tiny crevices in your piece leaving the diamonds dull and dirty! If you have any questions about other tips for your diamond jewelry, reach out to us and we are happy to help!


How to Clean & Care Your Jewelry!
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