A testament to everlasting love, wedding rings are arguably the greatest investment of all when it comes to getting married. Typically worn daily, they are exposed to life's most adverse conditions, and over time can lose some of their initial sparkle. Fear not, we have tips.
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Below, the DOS and DON'TS of cleaning your wedding ring:
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DON'T: Never use chemicals such as bleach or acetone to clean your wedding ring, and avoid chlorine (including wearing your ring in the pool) for good measure. Toothpaste and baking soda can also prove harmful. The key to proper wedding ring care is to treat the piece as delicately as possible. Diamonds are generally tough, but these products may scratch the ring's gold base. And again, if your ring seems to require more than a dish soap suds job, contact your local jeweler for a professional cleaning! It's also a good idea to have the stones professionally tightened once or twice a year for good measure.
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