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    Mastering Diamond Ring Care: 8 Essential Cleaning Tips
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    Jewelers use sophisticated ultrasonic cleaners that utilize high-frequency sound waves in conjunction with specially formulated chemicals safe for jewelry. This advanced cleaning process generates microscopic bubbles that adhere to and remove dirt from the diamond’s surface. Additionally, they beautifully polish and buff the stones to enhance their natural luster and achieve maximum brilliance

    It is not recommended. Sleeping with your engagement ring on can put unnecessary pressure on your ring, which can bend prongs. Prongs that become loose are a recipe for disaster – you don't want to lose the diamond(s) in your ring. The added pressure can also bend the shank, making your ring not-so-circular.

    Washing your hands while wearing your rings can help keep them clean, but be aware that soap can leave behind a film that dulls the metal and coats the diamonds. Consider gently cleaning the ring after washing your hands to preserve the shine and prevent buildup. Note: Be cautious to ensure your ring doesn’t slip off.

    As time passes, the repeated use of cleansing agents can accumulate oils beneath and within the diamond, resulting in a loss of its clear and bright appearance. Even soaps that boast natural components can be detrimental as the days pass. To avoid any problems, it’s a good idea to take off your ring before you shower.

    Rule of Thumb: A proper fitting ring should slide over your knuckle with some friction and fit snugly on your finger, but not too tight. You should feel resistance and need to apply a little extra force to remove the ring backwards over your knuckle.

    Yes, hand sanitizer can potentially damage your diamond ring. While it won’t cause immediate harm, frequent use can dull the sparkle of your diamond and affect the metal’s finish. Be cautious with white gold, as hand sanitizers can make its finish wear faster. Over time, the chemicals in hand sanitizers can also loosen the prongs that hold the diamond, which could lead to more severe damage. To keep your ring safe, it’s best to remove it before using hand sanitizer or cleaning products.