Your engagement ring may very well be the first piece of fine jewelry you own.
After the initial excitement of being engaged winds down, you suddenly realize you're now responsible for a pretty valuable piece of jewelry. It's easy to panic - wondering how often to clean it, when to take it off, how to keep it safe ...
Start with these time-based checklists. If you do each of these things at the frequency noted, you're very likely to have a diamond that really does last forever.
Don't believe everything you read on the internet, friends.
Search "homemade jewelry cleaner" and hundreds of different methods pop up. Everything from natural cleaning resources to lifestyle websites to online recipe catalogs claim to have a tried-and-true method of DIY jewelry cleaning. But, do you really want to trust the homemade jewelry cleaner recipe listed alongside directions for the ultimate meatloaf? Probably not.
Summer is all fun and games until your ring ends up at the bottom of the lake. From the boat to the beach, to the garden, there are some places your most-treasured jewelry doesn’t need to be. The last thing we want is for your ring to become sunken or buried treasure.