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Clean your engagement ring

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#31 stella331

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    Posted 04 March 2012 - 07:18 PM

    Great ideas I'll have to try Mr. Clean.
    46 booked and counting!

    #32 Vanessa56

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      Posted 05 March 2012 - 09:28 AM

      Great idea about Mr. Clean.  I'll have to keep that in mind.

      #33 shan0487

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      Posted 05 March 2012 - 09:50 AM

      Thanks for the tips- I had never heard of using Mr. Clean!

      #34 ChocoTaco7568

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        Posted 05 March 2012 - 10:19 AM

        Originally Posted by skp1 

        I use a mix of hot water and white vinegar - something I read online. It definitely works to keep the diamond sparkly.

        +1... I let my ring soak for about 15 minuites in a 50/50 mix and I also add a drop of liquid dish detergent and scrub with a soft bristle toothbrush.  I also have an ultrasonic cleaner and a steamer with an attachement head that is perfect for smaller items (purchased for all my jewelry prior to engagement). We purchased my ring online, so I don't have any free cleaning services. But cleaning my jewelry was already a habitat. But I will take my ring into a jeweler to get polished before my wedding.



        #35 Smoylan

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          Posted 08 March 2012 - 11:25 AM

          I was given a good tip by a jewler- my engagement ring is white gold and he suggested having it "dipped" right before the wedding so that my band and engagement ring will be on the same "dipping schedule" and so my engagement ring dooesnt look more yellow next to the brand new band1

          Originally Posted by torilynnsmith 

          Good tip!!! I never even thought of the contrast in metals, particularly if you have a white gold that needs to be dipped once in awhile a freshly dipped ring looks soooo much nicer!


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