More Jewelry Cleaning + Care Tips

More Jewelry Cleaning + Care Tips

sapphire cluster ring

Taking care of your jewelry is crucial if you want it to look as stunning as the day you got it. Whether it's your engagement ring or wedding band, these precious pieces deserve some extra love and attention.

Now, don't worry, you don't need to be a jewelry expert to maintain your collection. Just take it from me, establishing a regular cleaning routine is key to keeping your jewelry in tip-top shape. And there are plenty of small things you can do every day to take care of your favorite pieces, like removing your jewelry before engaging in any activities that could damage it. Don't be tempted to deep clean your house without removing  your rings, a hard knock on a cabinet door when you are scrubbing like mad can send your stone flying at worst and loosen it at best.

Any time you felt like you just gave your ring a decent k.o...give it a close look and check to see if there's movement in the stone. This goes especially for you big rock gals! 

moissanite engagement ring

I know that it's easy to get attached to your rings and never want to take them off. But trust me, it's important to remove them before applying thick or oily lotions, to keep them looking sparkling clean. It's amazing how a little hand cream can completely dull the look of your stone.

Taking your rings off before bed can also help protect your prongs and will add many years to your ring before it needs to be re-tipped.

If you're looking to give your rings a deep clean, I recommend checking out my previous blog post on how to clean your engagement ring.

While it's great to take care of your jewelry at home, it's also important to have them professionally cleaned every six months to a year. I offer complimentary cleaning within the first year of purchase. Plus, during the cleaning process, I'll also check your stone settings and the integrity of your prongs to make sure your precious stones stay safe and secure.

Another thing to keep handy is a two step polishing cloth, one side contains polishing ingredients and one is untreated. It can take out those very tiny scratches that dull the metal of your piece and really makes a difference. Don't use this every day but once a month should keep it bright and shiny!

So there you have it! By following these tips, you'll be able to keep your jewelry looking as good as new for years to come. If you have any questions or need some cleaning supplies, don't hesitate to reach out to me. I'm always happy to help!

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