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December 14, 2017

How To Make Sure Your Diamond Engagement Ring Still Looks Good As New

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Diamonds sparkle forever, but that doesn’t mean that they and the metal rings they sit upon don’t have to be cleaned. These are things you can do.

Warm Water

The first step is to fill up a cup with some warm water. It should be lukewarm. It should not be too hot for you to touch it. You don't want to use your sink because you don't want to take a chance that one of Ringleaders’ gorgeous engagement rings in Brisbane is going to fall down the drain by accident.

Detergent

The second step is to add some detergent to the warm water. Make sure that it is mixed well. The water just needs to be a little bit soapy. Therefore, you are only going to need a small amount of the detergent.

Soak

The third step is to soak the diamond ring in the soapy water for about ten minutes. This should be enough time for the grime on the ring to breakdown so that it can easily be removed.

Glass Cleaner

The fourth step is to get another cup and add some glass cleaner that is ammonia-based. It is very important that you do not use a chlorine-based glass cleaner. This is because it can chemically react to the metal that is inside of the engagement ring.

Remove

The fifth step is to remove the ring after it has been sitting in its detergent bath for about ten minutes. It can then be placed into the second cup on the glass cleaner for another ten minutes. It is important to remember that you only need to do steps 4 and 5 if your ring is very dirty.

Soft Bristle Brush

The sixth step is to remove the engagement ring from the solution and gently clean all of its sides with a soft bristle brush. The edges and the back of the ring are going to need an extra scrub. This is because this is where the dirt is going to build up the most. If you have an engagement ring that has prongs in it, then you are going to need to be careful that you are not brushing it too hard. The bristles can get caught in the prongs.

Back Into Solution

The seventh step is to put the engagement ring back into the solution of the water and the detergent. Then you can brush the jewellery while being soaked in the solution. This will allow the loosened dirt to be washed off.

Running Water

The eighth step is to rinse off the engagement ring with some clean running water. If you happen to be using the sink, make sure that the strainer is plugged into the drain. You don’t want your ring to end up going down the drain.

Drying

The ninth step is to use a lint free cloth to dry off the engagement ring. Then, if you think it is necessary, you can blow dry the ring using the hair dryer. Do not let the water evaporate on the ring. This is because it is going to cause water stains on the ring.

Routine Check

The tenth step is to check for any damage that could have happened during the cleaning of the ring. This damage could include a loosening of the prongs.


By knowing the ways on how to clean the precious ring on your finger, you will be able to ensure that it remains in tiptop shape.



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