Post # 1
I love to swing by the jewelers to have them clean my ring, but I’m embarrassed to stop by as often as I’d like!!! Is there a home remedy you use to make it sparkle?
I just soaked mine in vodka, and it did a pretty good job…!
Post # 3
I was told Windex + water works well!
Post # 4
I get out a little bowl and put some windex and water in there. It works like a charm!
Post # 5
haha @virginia i love swinging by the jewelers. but im afraid theyll know me by name if i go too often. lucky for me, our mall has several jewelers in different places 🙂
Post # 6
Usually just the red bottle of cleaner the jeweler gave me. Sometimes I soak it in dish soap and water while I take a shower. Mine doesn’t get too dirty, It has a high setting, so I usually take it off as soon as I get home.
Post # 7
I have a jewelry cleaner calle Blitz that I got a Macy’s. My godmother told me that the key to a brilliant sparkle is to dry your ring with a hair dryer. That way it does not have any water spots.
Nothing beats a good steam cleaning from the jewelers though 😉
Post # 8
I feel the same way Virginia! A friend of mine recommended this to me, she says it works great.
Post # 9
I have another question. How often do you clean your ring? Or how often are you supposed to? I know the jeweler requires you get it cleaned and inspected every 6 months…. but I take my ring to the jewelers about once a month because I love how shiny it gets! I switch from the one in our town to the one in my best friends town so they wont recognize me 🙂
Post # 10
@ Bella–I’m guilty of that too : )
Post # 11
Oh this is a great thread! I need this….been married since Aug and havn’t had my rings cleaned since!
So windex and water, huh? Can anyone tell me if you use a toothbrush to “scrub” it or do you just let it soak and it comes out clean?
Post # 12
@spraguebride – I don’t use a toothbrush, I just kind of rub it down in the bowl with my fingers, and then rinse it off with just water.
Post # 13
I actually saw this on our local morning news and it works great lol!
Post # 14
- Wedding: October 2010 - Ladder 15 Restaurant
I use products by Connoisseurs! They’re quick and fabulous! I also have a La Sonic Jewelry cleaner, which is quick, and relatively cheap, too!
I love this little thing…it takes like, two seconds…brush your ring with the gel and brush, rinse with warm water, dry with a soft cloth, pop the ring back on your finger. I did it yesterday and was sooo surprised at how well it worked!
When I want to clean more than just my ring, I’ll put my jewelry in here and it takes about 5 minutes to get everything looking sparkly and new!
Post # 15
@MandyW- I use those products too and they work great. But I don’t have an ultrasonic cleaner. Does it work much better? Are the rings safe in there and how often can you use it?
Post # 16
I use a toothbrush and toothpaste. Two different jewelers have told me that little trick and it works great. I just always close the drain to make sure I don’t drop it!!