Cleaning Your Diamond Jewelery
Depending on the setting you choose, you can soak your diamond engagement and/or wedding rings in a mild solution of dishwashing liquid and warm water for a few minutes. Using a soft cloth or cotton swab, gently scrub the metal (gold, platinum, silver) and then rinse. Repeat the process if necessary.
You can use toothpicks to remove dirt that is lodged in between the prongs and the diamonds, but be extra careful not to scratch the metal or move the positioning of a prong. If fibers from cloth get stuck in the setting, gently use tweezers to remove them.
Ionic cleaners can be used on most diamond jewelery. If your engagement ring is set with stones other than diamonds, consider other cleaning methods, as some gemstones are adversely affected by the electrical current in the ionic cleaning process.
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When storing your diamond jewelery, be sure to keep it separate from other jewelery. Remember that diamonds can not only scratch any other jewelery you have, but can scratch each other as well. Make sure that two diamond pieces are not being stored in such a way that they touch each other.