Places You Should Never Wear Your Custom Diamond Engagement Rings Upon slipping your custom engagement rings and wedding ring on your finger, you surely don't want to take it off, right? That way of thinking is entirely wrong. In truth, there are quite a few circumstances wherein you should remove your diamond rings in order to protect them from getting any dents and damages.
The prongs, as well as the setting of your jewellery, can be damaged if you don't take good care of it. Even the most simple task of washing the dishes might cause scratches to your diamond rings!
Below are some of the top places where you should take off your rings (especially when they're Bespoke Diamond Ring designs):
If you regularly play tennis, lift weights, golf or utilise work out equipment (like a stationary bike), you should definitely consider removing your diamond ring during your workouts.
Lifting weights and using various gym equipment can wear on your ring and create nasty scratches on the metal. Be particularly careful if you're wearing an eternity band with diamond stones all around it, as the diamond stones can be knocked loose. The best way to avoid this is to take off your ring while working out and simply put it back afterwards.
Cosmetics, lotion, hairspray, and sunscreen. It would be wise to avoid getting these things on your diamond ring to keep it bright and shimmering. While these are unlikely to cause any damages to your jewellery, they’ll undoubtedly make it look greasy and dirty in a short amount of time. The solution? Always remove your rings before applying them. That's pretty easy to remember, right?
An essential tip to everyone who owns a diamond ring: Never swim with your ring on, primarily in open bodies of water like lakes and the ocean. Cold water can shrink your fingers. Thus, making it easy for the ring to slip off your hands. So if you don't want that to happen, better leave them on dry land.
Another risk you should not take is wearing your diamond ring while you're gardening. You surely don't want to lose such a fine jewellery in the dirt!
Aside from that, gardening allows filth and grime to get into every corner of your ring, causing the prongs to loosen if they catch on something. Be sure to remove any type of jewellery before working in the garden, except when you have protective gloves.
Harsh chemicals from household cleaners can tarnish and scratch the metal of your ring, and even the gemstones in particular. That is why putting away your precious diamond rings in a designated tray, or ring holder is necessary.
Proper maintenance of your custom engagement rings are essential, and so is taking precautions. Be sure to consider these smart and practical tips!
For more than ten years, Daniel Greenberg has been hand crafting DG Bespoke Jewellery and is known as a trained master diamond mounter and goldsmith. As he was taught by one of the best jewelers in London (his father), Daniel makes certain that all his unique pieces are pure perfection.
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